Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Beth Lyons and Anne McCabe help Amy Lou Pascucci during one of the beginning steps of making Paneer Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015, at the Kenai Community Library in Kenai, Alaska. Lyons said, in the past, she has visisted the library mainly so she and her children could check out reading materials. More recently she, and she believes the wider community, come for classes such as Pascucci's cheese-making workshop, and as a place to congregate.

Photo by Kelly Sullivan/ Peninsula Clarion Beth Lyons and Anne McCabe help Amy Lou Pascucci during one of the beginning steps of making Paneer Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015, at the Kenai Community Library in Kenai, Alaska. Lyons said, in the past, she has visisted the library mainly so she and her children could check out reading materials. More recently she, and she believes the wider community, come for classes such as Pascucci's cheese-making workshop, and as a place to congregate.

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