Thursday on Lake Effect:
A one-time refugee from war-torn Bosnia remembers how she and her family escaped, and reflects on her experience as an immigrant in the U.S. Then, an 86-year old Grafton man shares the chilling story of the day the Germans marched into town before World War II. And a local researcher explains why an app might be the way to help OCD patients take the stress out of seeking help.
- Zijada Begonavic, former Bosnian refugee
- Skip Eernisse, lifelong resident of Grafton; Nick Schanen, Grafton Historical Society
- Mark Siegrist, Lake Effect contributor
- Dr. Brad Riemann, clinical director, OCD Center and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy services at Rogers Memorial Hospital