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Decades of chipping in

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Holding a plate of their homemade chips are lifetime members of the Tuscarora Fire Company Gloria Yesavage, left, of Brockton, and Emily Dmytrow of Tuscarora. Yesavage, who has been a member since she was 16, stated that…
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Holding a plate of their homemade chips are lifetime members of the Tuscarora Fire Company Gloria Yesavage, left, of Brockton, and Emily Dmytrow of Tuscarora. Yesavage, who has been a member since she was 16, stated that the chips are a special tradition at the fire house. Dmytrow, a member since 1963, pointed out that her chips are cut by hand and recipe hasn't changed since her Great Grandfather gave her his mandoline.
Published April 20. 2013 09:02AM

Holding a plate of their homemade chips are lifetime members of the Tuscarora Fire Company Gloria Yesavage, left, of Brockton, and Emily Dmytrow of Tuscarora. Yesavage, who has been a member since she was 16, stated that the chips are a special tradition at the fire house. Dmytrow, a member since 1963, pointed out that her chips are cut by hand and recipe hasn't changed since her great grandfather gave her his mandoline.

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