The Springfield City Federation of Women’s Clubs plans is to have clubwomen contribute their favorite recipes for a “Buchwalter Cook Book” that could be available for distribution before Christmas, according to Nadine Steele, Federation First Vice-President and Chair of the Cook Book Committee.
This fund-raiser will benefit the “Buchwalter Rooms Project” at the former home of the Ohio Federation of Women’s Clubs Founder Clementine Berry
Buchwalter, now known as The Woman’s Town Club, in Springfield.
Clubs are asked to support this project, by individual members sending in their own family recipes, along with their name, club affiliation and town. This information will be listed with their recipe in the new cookbook. August 15th is the deadline for recipes to be received by the committee.
Former members of The Springfield City Federation of Women’s Clubs are encouraged to share their recipes also. These books will make excellent gifts for Christmas and will become collector’s cook books, according to Ms. Steele.
The Springfield City Federation of Women’s Clubs committee hopes to have the printing done early, so these books can make excellent gifts for Christmas and will become collector’s cook books!
Print the recipe and information and mail to Buchwalter Cook Books, c/o Marianne L. Nave, 3520 Rocky Point Road, Springfield, 45502-9745. Committee members include Ellen Smith, Mary Moore and Sandy Justice. The committee hopes to have the “Buchwalter Cook Books” available for a $10 donation.