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In The Summer of 2017, WCCA TV Had the Video Maker’s Clubhouse Youth Summer Program. The Link Below Shows Testimonials By Some Of The Young Participants In The Program. Be On The Lookout For New Information About the Video Maker’s Clubhouse 2018!

On December 11th, Hops and Harmony will Happen at Mechanics Hall!! Join With Your Friends and Colleagues in Singing Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas” in a three-part Harmony with Plenty of Drinks and Food to Enjoy!

It’s a fun night of live music with audience participation!!
People in the community come to the event and enjoy a cash bar as
well as food concessions followed by having the crowd learn a
popular music song in a three part harmony. This process is video
recorded and then, following the video editing, is shared on WCCA TV
Channel 194 and online at

Click the Following Link to Purchase Tickets (General Admission $10):   Purchase Tickets

What It’s Worth with Tommy Colletta discusses the truth behind the Mount Carmel Church Saga

Watch this episode of What It’s Worth with guests Elaine Bafaro and Carmelita Bello from the Mount Carmel Preservation Society to learn what’s happening in the effort to save the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church.



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Asima Silva Has Started A New Program on WCCA TV Called PERSPECTIVES — On the episode Below She Remotely Interviews Afaf Nasher, the Executive Director of the Council of Islamic American Relations of New York about the Terrorism act that Occurred in New York City in October. You can link to the video by clicking the image or by clicking the blue link line.

Hidden Treasure Update

On the latest episode of Hidden Treasures, my guest is Linda Kotsopoulos, owner of Nu-Tiques At The Barn, in Paxton, Mass.

She describes her eclectic antique shop with something for everyone! I have been to the shop a number of times, and you never know what you will find there!

Linda brought in an unusual antique for our viewers to see.

It was an antique Vaseline Glass Automobile vase, with its mounting bracket.

Linda explained that in the early days of the automobile, there was no air conditioning, ( Air Conditioning came out in the 1930’s)

So, someone invented the automobile vase, fresh flowers were put in this vase, and as you drove along, the lovely scent from the flowers, would waft over the occupants of the car!

These vases came in all sorts of materials, glass, cut crystal, china ware, and many more!

Henry Ford liked these vases so much, that he offered them, as an option, on all his automobiles!

It was a pleasure to have Linda back on the show, as a returning guest!

Watch Hidden Treasures with Bill Safer exclusively on WCCA TV networks