CULINARY TALENTS -- As a way of saying thank you to the many individuals who volunteered their time to officiate the St. Johnsbury Rotary Basketball Tournament games, a special dinner was held March 17 at The Hilltopper Restaurant in St. Johnsbury. Students in the Culinary Arts programs at St. Johnsbury Academy, assisted by their instructors, prepared the meal for the volunteers and their guests. Members of the culinary team include, from left, Chef David Hale, Culinary Arts instructor; Courtney Morehouse, who has just been awarded Student of the Quarter for Culinary I; Cameron Cloutier, SkillsUSA member, who will be competing in Culinary at the State Competition; Katrina DeKett, SkillsUSA member/treasurer, and will be competing in the Prepared Speech Competition; Brandon Locke, SkillsUSA member, also competing in Culinary; and Sue Libbey, Front of the House instructor.
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