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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- November 5, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving! Everyone deserves a square meal at Thanksgiving.

Photo by Don Norris


Publisher for this issue is Louise Fennell


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Thanksgiving: November and all year long
provided by Carole P. Tate
... Volunteers, donors and coordinators provide groceries for over 150 families through "Servant's Heart" Food Pantry in Melrose

Do the golfers at Mount Hood need to establish a 'Tea Party?'
by Joe Sullivan
... no one represents them in the discussions of the Mayor's proposed $5.5 million upgrades to the city's athletic fields but they will pay all the bills.

Pine Banks in the Fall
by Shirley Rabb
... thank you for the glorious colors of the season

Beautiful gardens
by Tom Dillon
... are a source of enjoyment for animals as well as people

For family, friends and Melrose Mirror readers
by Ed Boyd
... to leave something behind

The arrowhead ...
by Steve Hall
... before New England, there was West Texas

Seeking information on a stair runner
by Russ Priestley
... here's a twist, an editor asking readers for info

Flight fright
by Jerry Norton
I could have taken the train

Favorite foods of my childhood
by Ann Robbins Talbot
... sensory images are the best

Energy Commission produces 'Green' Open House Tour
from the Melrose Energy Commission
... six local homes opened for inspection

As the wise old owl says, "Whoo's whoo at the Halloween Bash?"
photos from Don Norris
... Thousands of children -- and parents --fill downtown for the CofC freebie

Still more up-close horror flix
from Louise Fennell
... Stringers flood Main Street with shooters

'Seussical Jr' scheduled at Middle School
from the MS Drama Club
... public urged to attend new production

Local kids and philanthropy
from City Hall
... backpacking on the way to school

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