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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- April 7, 2017

Editor Flo Shea's grand niece and great-grand pussy-cat...

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Cygnet, gosling and duckling Flight School
by Debbi Collar
... Ell Pond and waterfowl take off and landings.

Intergenerational Spring Fling Dance
by Shirley RAbb
... a joyous fun filled time

Easter Chocolate
by Betty Rossi
...what's wrong with chocolate?

The inside guy.
...By Joe Sullivan
... Joe Rattigan uses his hidden connections to deliver a story to Washington.

At 87, it's time to get the bike out
from Don Norris
... Good. It's April, anticipating the early arrival of summer ...

Reaching towards the sky
by Shirley Rabb
... with dreams of green

More thoughts and sayings that I've saved
by Betty Rossi
... I've saved these in the strangest places and old notebooks. Hope you enjoy them as much as I have.

Notes on "East of Eden"
by Ed Boyd
... bad blood?

Is there more beauty in aging ...?
from Don Norris
... a $$$ award from the Melrose Arts Council -- pays off

Did you Know?
by Florence Shea
... Pass the buck, Lucretia Borgia, Library of Congress

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