LOCKPORT, N.Y. (WIVB) - Happy National Donut Day!
This day goes back to the 1930's when donuts became famous during World War One. The Salvation Army "Donut Girls" used to give free donuts and coffee to members of the military.
Today, Dunkin Donuts is celebrating by hosting a grand opening at their newest restaurant on Dysinger Road in Lockport. They're also going to be adding the glazed donut breakfast sandwich to their menu!
The Salvation Army is also giving away donuts at Larkin and Exchange today.
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