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Taking on Tai Chi
Jim Driscoll, charter member of the "SilverStringers" and long-time Melrose activist, was selected "Citizen of the Year" by the Melrose Chamber of Commerce. In the citation it was noted that Driscoll served as principal fund raiser for the Melrose YMCA, Chamber of Commerce and the Milano Senior Center. He is a veteran of World War II and a pilot of a landing craft tank in the Italy-France area. He is a father of six children and 11 grandchildren.
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- April 7, 2006
Planning session for the SilverStringers' Open House on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 11-12, included (left to right, front row) Kay McCarte, Natalie Thomson, Irving Smolens, Jackie Wattenberg, Ella Letterie, Len Dalton, and Donna Campbell -- with Casa on her lap; rear, Jack Beckley, Marie Salamanca, Lorry Norris, Russ Priestley, John Averell, Jim Driscoll, Shirley Rabb, and Don Norris.
Publisher for this issue is Russ Priestley
Bunnies, chickies, chocolate eggs just don't make it
Melrosians hit the beach in Nokomis
Tax text writers
At sea with the Naval Reserve
Polymnia's stirring Mozart concert
Canine capers by Casa
Memories of Melrose between the Wars
Readers' showcase, a photo essay
Sixth graders ... write on!
Life on the bounding main
Stumbling on happiness in The Mirror
Letters, letters, and more letters
Schuller enthralls MSO audience
Computer Tips: April 2006
Carriage House Lounge Open House
More about the Silver Stringers
Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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