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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- September 4, 2009

SilverStringer Louise Fennell enjoyed her meeting with MIT Media Lab student-researcher Jun Ki Lee and robot Nexi.

Photo by Tom Dillon

Publisher for this issue is Kay McCarte

Keep those cards and letters coming!

Stearns & Hill's, Inc.
by Ed Boyd and Tom Dillon
... a delicious place to eat!

St. Mary's School begins its 100th year
from Marie Merino Ryan - Class of 1952
... a second century begins now

Visiting the library
by Carol Nelson
... what a great staff!

Red Hatters on the go again
by Shirley Rabb
... it was like a hole in one

Melrose seniors do ‘the robot'
by Daniel DeMaina
... Nexi expresses emotions through human-like face

Friends and family
by Carol Nelson
... helping with English through the Melrose Human Rights Commission

Letters for September 2009
from our readers
... We're known from Arkansas to Pennsylvania

Grandparents Day is September 13th
By Joseph P. Guzzo
... all they want is to see you, hug you, and talk to you

Lack of political-action muscle hurts Mount Hood golfers
by Joe Sullivan
... feasibilty study's golf proposals all but ignored by people attending Park Commission meeting.

'My Dolls' Revisited
Ann Robbins Talbot
... yes, people are reading our writing

'Men are from Mars, women are from Venus'
Jim Tierney
... oh, so THAT’s why!!!…

A hospital is no place for a sick person
by Jackie Wattenberg
... patience, the only answer


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