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2010 CalJava Wedding Cake Competition

Boundless creativity provided the midnight oil for Pennsylvania College of Technology’s School of Hospitality students, who put in late, late hours to prepare their entries for the fifth annual CalJava International Wedding Cake Competition. Judges were Alan Budiman who spent several days last week working with students (and whose father, Daniel, conceived the contest); Tammie Holsinger, owner of Cove Party Supply in Roaring Spring; and Jennifer Eckert, who earned degrees in baking and pastry arts and technology management from the college in 2001 and 2004.

— Photos by Jennifer A. Cline, news bureau writer/editor

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