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College Caters Blue-Ribbon Event on Eve of Farm Show’s Opening

From left are Chef Paul Mach, assistant professor of hospitality management/culinary arts; students Bridget M. Callahan, of Pottsville; Amaris T. Smith, of Williamsport; R. Colby Janowitz, of Westminster, Md.; Cody T. Knarr, of Williamsport; Sarah B. Fiedler, of Lock Haven; and Kassandra S. Sellinger, of Linden; Gov. Tom Wolf; Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture Russell C. Redding; student Vincent M. Mass, of Staten Island, N.Y.; Hannah Smith-Brubaker, the state’s deputy secretary of agriculture; students Peirce A. Connelly, of Northumberland; and Jessica N. Felton, of State College; Chef Michael J. Ditchfield, instructor of hospitality management/culinary arts; and student Christa L. Watson, of Mount Joy.
From left are Chef Paul Mach, assistant professor of hospitality management/culinary arts; students Bridget M. Callahan, of Pottsville; Amaris T. Smith, of Williamsport; R. Colby Janowitz, of Westminster, Md.; Cody T. Knarr, of Williamsport; Sarah B. Fiedler, of Lock Haven; and Kassandra S. Sellinger, of Linden; Gov. Tom Wolf; Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture Russell C. Redding; student Vincent M. Mass, of Staten Island, N.Y.; Hannah Smith-Brubaker, the state’s deputy secretary of agriculture; students Peirce A. Connelly, of Northumberland; and Jessica N. Felton, of State College; Chef Michael J. Ditchfield, instructor of hospitality management/culinary arts; and student Christa L. Watson, of Mount Joy.

In addition to on-stage demonstrations at this week’s Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg, students and faculty from Penn College’s School of Business & Hospitality catered an invitation-only reception Friday night in advance of the official opening the following day.
Photo provided by Logan D. Hall, Office of Communications, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture

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