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Grafton Public Library’s “Storytellers” Debuts On Grafton Community Television

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Beth_New“Storytellers,” a new Grafton Community Television program produced in cooperation with the Grafton Public Library, debuts on Monday, December 16th on Charter Channel 11 / Verizon Channel 34. The half-hour program showcases members of the Grafton Library staff reading stories from books available in the Grafton Library or freely online from a variety of sources.

The first episode features Library Director Beth Gallaway reading from three Christmas holiday classics–“Yes Virginia, There is A Santa Claus,” (the famous 1897 New York Sun editorial by Francis Church) Clement Clarke Moore’s “A Visit From St. Nicholas,” and Hans Christian Anderson’s “The Fir Tree.”

“Storytellers” is produced by GCTV Lead Access Assistant Bob DeToma. In-house studio segments were directed by Grafton Public Access Coordinator Kris McMullin. It will be broadcast on GCTV’s Channel 11 / Verizon Channel 34 on Monday, December 16th at 7:00 AM, Saturday, December 21st at 9:00 AM, and Sunday, December 22nd at 11:30 AM.

According to Bob DeToma, “In our continuing effort to reach out to members of the community, we’ve established a working relationship with the talented staff of the Grafton library, resulting in our new program, ‘Storytellers.’ ”

Grafton Community Television provides programming on three distinct public access channels in the Town of Grafton over the Charter Communications and the Verizon cable systems. Monthly schedules and information for Grafton Community Television Channels can be found at and Charter Channel 11/Verizon Channel 34 provides general interest programming, Charter Channel 12/Verizon Channel 33 broadcasts town government programming, and Charter Channel 13 /Verizon Channel 32 features school programming and high school sports events.

The nest session will feature stories from Barefoot Books.



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