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Cookbook Sale To Benefit Library

SINCLAIRVILLE — A special cookbook sale in memory of Betty Chaffee will be held at the Sinclairville Free Library during the month of December. Chaffee’s family has donated her collection of cookbooks to be sold for the benefit of the library. There are many new cookbooks along with some old classics, with a variety of cooking styles represented including Amish, Italian, American, New Orleans, Martha Stewart and many more. In addition to working as a volunteer for the library, Chaffee especially enjoyed cooking for her family.

Church To Show Holiday Film

FALCONER — Falconer First Baptist Church will show the “Voices of Christmas” movie at 3 p.m. Sunday. The film is a holiday film for all ages filmed from the live stage at the Sight and Sound Theater in Lancaster, Pa. The public is welcome to attend.

Library Board

To Meet Monday

ELLINGTON — The Ellington Farman Library Board of Trustees will meet at 7 p.m. Monday. There is time designated for the public to speak at the beginning of each meeting. The library is located at 760 Thornton Road in Ellington and is handicapped-accessible.

Falcons Nest

To Host Banquet

Betty Wakefield reported on the annual State Grange meeting held in Auburn in late October at a recent meeting of Ross Grange. The charter was draped in memory of Leona Peterson and Betty Firth. Velma Jones and Mrs. Wakefield will write a resolution of respect for each. A successful Holiday Happenings craft fair was held with details to be given at the Monday meeting. Plans will be made for the Christmas party. The meeting will be preceded by a tureen meal at 6 p.m. at the Falcons Nest Banquet Hall. All are welcome.

TEA Party To Meet Tuesday

Southern Tier TEA Party Patriots will meet at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at the Lakewood American Legion. Meetings open with a Prager video addressing conservative issues: What Happens When Google Disagrees With You.. Scott Axelson will discuss the House and Senate tax plan and provide an election review of propositions two and three. Other issues to be addressed are: gun control by Glenn Beck, Jamestown, Virginia and capitalism over socialism, and the downward slope from freedom to communism. Meetings are open to the public.

Library Board To Meet Thursday

The Prendergast Library will hold a special board meeting on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. The meeting is open to the public.

Author To Discuss New Book

BEMUS POINT — Loren Mayshark, local author will discuss his new book “Academic Betrayal” at the Bemus Point Library on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Mayshark is a graduate of Maple Grove High School. He went on to Manhattanville College where he received his bachelor’s degree in world history. He later attended the master’s history program at Hunter College in Manhattan. His book chronicles his experience with academic bullying while at Hunter College.

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