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Catering Students Cook With Local Products at Outdoor Market


A rare moment of inactivity, posing for a group shot Greeting an expressive patron Cooking with farm-fresh ingredients An appreciative public waits in line Chef Michael J. Ditchfield’s catering students served the public at Saturday’s Williamsport Outdoor Growers Market. The students used ingredients donated by the local growers at the popular market, then offered samples of their dishes to the buyers that morning. ( Photos provided by the School of Hospitality)

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