Photo comparison: A mere thirty days
A big raccoon visited us
Jim Tierney, a retired insurance company executive of John Hancock Insurance Company, and his wife Barbara have become world travelers. Click picture for their latest venture.
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- January 3, 2006
A blanket of white, the purity of the first snowstorm, arrived in early December and Stringer Shirley Rabb spent a quiet morning capturing its essence with friends Donna Campbell and Casa, the canine journalist. Shirley's essay is below.
Publisher for this issue is Ella Letterie
The first snow -- a pristine blanket of white
Cruisin' the Mediterranean
The Senior Center celebrates
I was a Grandmother
New id card
The making of a time capsule
The Red Hatters go to the manor
Margery goes to Girl Scout camp
My New Cousin
Guest participation on a radio talk show
Computer Tips 01/06 -- Google maps phone numbers
Tufts' Medicare Preferred to speak at Milano
by Natalie Thomson
... seven decades makes a difference
by John Averell
... after a long summer
From Eleanor Jenkins
... Use as a tool to learn how to do it yourself!
from Jim Driscoll
... Love and support in the holiday season
Thoughts from Stringer Shirley Rabb
... Are times really changing?
from Don Norris, SilverStringer
... the cost of Christmas was out of sight
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Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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