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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- April 1, 2011

Jack Beckley received several gifts at his retirement from the position of Executive Director of the Melrose Council on Aging. Click on the photo to see highlights of the March 25, 2011 program.

Photograph by Tom Dillon


Publisher for this issue is Louise Fennell

A Tribute to Jack Beckley's 23 years with the Council on Aging
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Mount Hood Melrose golfers have breakfast at Brothers
by Ed Boyd
... where Melrose golfers go when it gets cold

"The Fighter" film used Irish Thunder's research
by Carole P. Tate
... Halloran's research fed the screenplay for movie "The Fighter"

A tale of two cities
by Jerry Norton
with apologies to Charles Dickens

Melrose composer, performers triumph at Melrose Symphony Orchestra
by Jackie Wattenberg
... A night to remember

Polymnia plus orchestra wins applause
by Jackie Wattenberg
... on a Sunday afternoon

Did you know?
by Florence Shea
... the origins of "April", "sleep tight" and other otiose information



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