Middle School: Topping it off
Yard sales -- gismos, junk jewelry and doodads ...
The new competition -- Youth
The cardinal visits Melrose
Three cheers for Beth McNelis, that Melrose lady who serves as executive director of the city's Chamber of Commerce -- and chief honcho of the annual Victorian Fair. Our commercial community remains vital in this new age of shopping centers and highway strip malls -- and we are able to maintain the spark of our Victorian heritage.
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- October 6, 2006
On hand to mark the 10th anniversary of the founding of the SilverStringers and the Melrose Mirror were three of the key people from our sponsoring organization, the Media Lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. At the center is the new director of the Media Lab, Frank Moss, replacing Walter Bender who served six years in that capacity; at the left is Stringer Advisor Jack Driscoll, a native of Melrose, editor-in-residence at the Lab; and at the right is the Lab's special magician, Henry Holtzman, who with his vast technical acumen keeps both the Media Lab and the Mirror moving on a straight, upward line. The T-shirts were designed for this special occasion.
Photos by Louise Fennell.
Publisher for this issue is Louise Fennell
Stringer mentors applaud first ten years
Tragedy In Melrose
Victorian Fair again a boomer
Melrose volleyball: reloading, not rebuilding
Several generations learn harmonica basics
On the road - chapter #1
On the road chapter #2
Drawing as the path to writing
Problems of a phobic person
On seeing red
A turn of events
Canine capers by Casa - Oct2006
The "Greatest Generation" debate
Comes the dawn
A walk in the woods at Breakheart
October's Photos of the Month
Computer lessons at Milano Center
More about the Silver Stringers
Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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