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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- May 4, 2012

The city's Memorial Hall is a fitting tribute -- a living and useful tribute -- to those in the military who have given their lives for our country. The people now, in May of 2012, celebrate its 100th birthday with a month-long schedule of programs.

... photo by Don Norris

Publisher for this issue is Russell Priestley

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by Russ Priestley
... the title is chiseled into the granite facade.

Deep inside Memorial Hall -- once again
from Don Norris
... a re-do of a photo expose', from
The Mirror, Jan 4, 2008

What Memorial Hall means to me
by Dorothy O'Connor
... a local gem of acoustical clarity

A place where memories are made
by Kay McCarte
... and these are some of mine

My memories of Memorial Hall
by Betty Rossi
... even though I've lived in Melrose

Four year old insight to Memorial Hall
Ed Boyd, Louise Fennell and Don Norris
... the Mirror gets an inside tour ...

Memorial Day parade
by Florence Shea
... a behind the scenes look as the parade is planned

Easter at Mt.Hood 2012
by Ed Boyd
... a delightful and delicious brunch/dinner

The Great Escape
by Betty Rossi
... Jaelyn didn't know that Honey knew every escape route

Dondi and Triton
by Ann Robbins Talbot
... two patient animals

Will the $69 million payout include you?
by Joe Sullivan
... Wall Street Journal story relates how big life insurers are committed to finding and paying unpaid beneficiaries.

Sssss-s-s-su-wamped! ... a photo essay
by Don Norris
... slow down, look around, find the beauty ...

On developing a relationship
by Ed Boyd
... seeing clients in my home office

New England scene -- in pencil
by Don Norris
... no story, just something from my sketchpad

Happy Mother's Day, Rose
by Betty Rossi
... guess who had seven babies

Did you know ?
by Florence Shea
... Mageirocophobia, walla-walla, cotton candy machine

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