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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- September 2, 2016

The piece above was inspired when Don and Lorry Norris visited the winter carnival grounds in Sarasota, Florida one winter.

Don Norris

Publisher for this issue is Debbi Collar

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The port-a-potties come home to roost
by Joe Sullivan
... How did our "state-of-the-art sports complex" end up with port-a-potties to take care of our Red Raider track team's sanitary needs?

More on details
by Ed Boyd
... rub in details

Something about growing old ...
from Don Norris
... if I could only remember ...

... Nonsense, all about Tick-Tocks ...
from Don Norris
... but do I really need four time pieces?

My favorite restaurants
by Betty Rossi
... We were asked to write about our favorite restaurants, well, here goes

My favorite place to dine???
from Don Norris
... no fast-foods listed here -- just pricey stuff.

Favorite restaurants
by Kay McCarte
... I can't think of any I don't like

Restaurants of choice
by Shirley Rabb
... and marvelous menu's to choose from

Did you know?
by Florence Shea
... a tortoise, airplane pilots, Marcus Tiro

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