Melrose, where the streets are lined with gold
Mirror admirer from Medway
Melrosians are urged to take part in the revitalized Memorial Day Ceremonies on Sunday, May 28th by cheering on our veterans as they march to Wyoming Cemetery. In fact, Mayor Rob Dolan and his committee even suggest that we civilians join the walk, which begins assembling at Memorial Hall at 12:30 p.m. It is all part of our country's renewed sense of patriotism and sensibilities. And if you can't march, then stand by on the curb and cheer those men and women who have fought to give us this, another glorious day.
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- May 5, 2006
Len Dalton, probably, is the only person associated with the SilverStringers who gets up before the sun. Which is lucky for us, for how else would we get such startling photographs of How an Earth Day Begins? His latest work is five frames long, and represents his time spent with his new Panasonic digital camera along the ridge of our renowned (300-foot high) Mount Hood, at dawn. (This photo is linked to his brief dissertation).
Publisher for this issue is Jim Driscoll
A really special Memorial Day Parade
Many true talents at Melrose Arts Festival
Guests, Hosts at Stringer Open House
The Korea awakening
A spring walk around the house
Canine capers by Casa
Does any one know how to "upper"?
Signs of Spring
The lowdown on the Nokomis affair
Preparing and packing
The pluses and minuses of the Auto Train
Did you ever go across the sea to Ireland?
The 'Mountain Goats' do Eisenhower
Melrose Free Press headline ill-timed
Coming Attractions in Melrose during May and June
A view from the Silver Legislature
Volunteers to be honored at Milano Center
More about the Silver Stringers
Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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