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History Museum seeking ethnic family recipes
NORTH TONAWANDA -- The North Tonawanda History Museum is seeking recipes for its second ethnic cookbook, "North Tonawanda Families & Their Favorite Recipes," which will be published next year and released during CanalFest in July.
Submissions should include a brief biographical or historical note about the contributing family or individual.
Recipes can be dropped off at or mailed to the museum, 314 Oliver St.; or dropped off at Barb's Sweet Treats, 238 Oliver St.; Hodgepodge, 72 Webster St.; Lovin' Life, 305 Robinson St.; or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The museum's first cookbook, "North Tonawanda Ethnic Heritage Cookbook," with 115 recipes, is in its third printing.
It costs $7 and is available at the above places and also in North Tonawanda Public Library, 505 Meadow Drive, and the gift shop at DeGraff Memorial Hospital, 445 Tremont St.
Public-access TV station offers free orientation
LOCKPORT -- Lockport Community Television, a public-access station, is offering a free orientation session at 7 p.m. Jan 9 in its studios, 293 Niagara St.
The session is mandatory for incoming community volunteers who would like to produce a cable TV program at LCTV or wish to volunteer for other productions.
To register, or for more information, call 434-1733.