Ozarka College Culinary Arts students win medals
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Ozarka College Culinary Arts students win medals at
MELBOURNE (May, 8 2012) - Students from the Ozarka College Culinary Arts Program recently completed the SkillsUSA competition in Hot Springs, where they were able to put their culinary knowledge to work and bring home eight out of the nine medals available. The Culinary students who brought home medals are now eligible to compete in the SkillsUSA National Competition at Kansas City in June.
SkillsUSA is a national partnership of students, teachers and industry partners working toward the future success of America’s workforce. There are more than 300,000 members nationwide and roughly 1,600 of those members competed in Hot Springs this year.
OzarkaCollege medalists include: Gold medals: Michael Worch in the Culinary Division; Hanna Hunter in Baking; Krista Hughes in Food and Beverage. Silver medals: Trisha Coughlin in the Culinary Division; Brian Smidt in Baking; Adam Askew in Food and Beverage. Bronze medals: Austin Horne in Baking; Sami Jo Price in Food and Beverage.
For more information about the Ozarka College Culinary Arts program, contact Kathryn Langston at 870-368-2083 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Pictured Back row, l-r: Michael Worch, Brian Smidt, Adam Askew, and Ozarka College Culinary Arts Instructor Eric Smith. Front row, l-r: Ozarka College Culinary Arts Instructor Mimi Newsome, Austin Horne, Krista Hughes, Trisha Coughlin, and Hannah Hunter
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