Niagara Gazette

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September 24, 2012

HIGGS: Niagara University: An active ingredient

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And it seems to be catching as one of the staff members at the new Culinary Institute on Old Falls Street under the auspices of our own Niagara County Community College asked me how the culinary students could “get involved in the community.” You can bet I will contact her when she is settled in her position.

The college doors will be “officially” opened this week and this shuttered building left empty for years will be finally occupied again. When people work together — see what progress can be accomplished? Now if we could just get the state and the Seneca Nation to work together to reach a speedy solution to the dilemma that has been created for us, that would be real progress.

Norma Higgs serves with the Niagara Beautification Commission and Niagara Falls Block Club Council.

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