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Jim Milano gets a straight dose of volleyball
What has two heads and no tail?
She's only a few weeks old and already she has made the Front Page. This is new-born Jayylin, great grand-daughter of SilverStringer Louise Fennell and daughter of Becca and Tommy Kolakoski-Mansur of South Deerfield, Massachusetts. Jayylin arrived early and spent the first few weeks of her life in an incubator, but she is doing just great.
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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- December 1, 2006
Winter Wonderland of Wreaths -- regardless of one's specific religion, it is time for a rebirth of faith, in each other, of all peoples, of the beliefs we hold dear. Our picture this month comes from a collection of wreaths that now hang in the main corridor of our Melrose-Wakefield Hospital, provided by individuals and businesses. Season's greetings everyone: may the new year be one of peace and reconciliation.
Photos by Louise Fennell and Don Norris
Publisher for this issue is Kay McCarte
Those were the days -- the Radio Days
Ode to Russ Priestley
Who's who at Mike Festa's lawn party
Getting to know Muslims better
On the road
Canine capers by Casa, December 2006
"Clovis, anyone?" draws grad student's ire
Melrose Symphony is back
Beethoven Singers delight audience
Usufruct? Sewer lines? The readers speak
What do you clip?
Holiday luncheon -- with entertainment!
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Kangaroo Troop by Marjorie Burgess, the Melrose Mirror theme song.
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