Congratulations. Enjoyed all the articles in the first edition. It can only get better! Everyone who worked on this endeavor deserves a hug from the residents of Rye.
Congratulations to all who participated in making Rye Reflections a reality - a great effort.
Director, Rye Public Library
Congratulations to you, Silver Surfers, for a terrific first issue of the Rye Reflections. We loved your concept of dawn over Rye Harbor with the dawning of a new venture into the world of senior journalism. We enjoyed all of the articles. We laughed and remembered Bob and Ray, took our shoes off and walked in the sand, brought back memories to those of us who went to Ennis, Ireland, enjoyed the stories about travels abroad, learned about the Rye Water District (how many of us think about where our water comes from?), toured the Town Museum, hoped and prayed that the next hurricane season goes easy on Florida, surfed through the waves, took note that we will NOT speed when driving through Rye and absolutely fell in love with Watson and his friends. Now, what can you do to top this?
Our very best wishes to you all.
THE MELROSE SILVERSTRINGERS
FROM INDIVIDUAL SILVERSTRINGERS:
I have read every article, poem, travel stories, etc. The publication is excellent and destined to becoming a leading on-line publication. Congratulations to all the contributors.
Rye Reflections published a wonderful issue. I enjoyed every article. The writers are quite professional. I look forward to next month.
You have done a yeoman's job in launching the Rye Reflections. (That is the old English connotation, not a naval officer who is petty). The whole first issue was spectacular... from the sunrise photo to the final article. So now what will you/they do for an encore?
RUSS PRIESTLEY (among the delegation that visited Rye)
Congratulations to all on the ryereflections site. I took a turn through it and enjoyed the articles. I look forward to the next issue.
Executive Editor, Fosterís Daily Democrat, Dover
Marlborough, Mass., and Rye
"Rye Reflections" is Great. I particularly liked Watson's world but I am a dog and animal lover from way back. One time when we, my family, owned "Laura", General Patton's parrot, I wrote letters to her previous owners from her. How we got her is another story. She did not swear like General Patton, but she had a drop dead "Wolf Whistle". We had her for many years, and she finally died of pneumonia in my daughter's arms at Angel Memorial Hospital.
Wenham, Mass. and founding member of Danvers Oracle
Congratulations on the first online publication!! What a great job....I read every section, every article and every poem....Thank goodness it only comes out once a month!!
This looks really great. And I get the feeling that people are having fun too. The sunrise shot is, WOW, breathtaking. I wish we had one of those speed monitors on our road here.
MARYELLEN DRISCOLL FRUEHSTORFER
Palatine Bridge, N.Y. (and formerly Rye)
July 7, 2005
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