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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- August 2, 2013

Where would we be without our children? The beauty, the joy -- and the obligation we have to ensure their health and sharpen their thirst for knowledge. This is the scene at the Park Department's annual Fourth of July Parade, perpetually held at one of some forty-odd municipal parks in town. In this case, the children take part in decorating their bikes, trikes, wagons and themselves for the great Fourth of July parade. It is a marvelous sight, one that gives us elders hope for future generations. This world of ours is unique and judging from the view at the Common last month, it will be a better place.

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Publisher for this issue is Don Norris

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