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Culinary Grad Delivers Food for Thought, Scholarship Check

Kate (Bishop) Hunter, ’00, culinary arts technology, offers career tips during a library presentation.
Kate (Bishop) Hunter, ’00, culinary arts technology, offers career tips during a library presentation.
From left, Robb C. Dietrich, executive director of the Penn College Foundation, Sarah B. Fiedler, recipient of the Jones Dairy Culinary Scholarship, and Kate Hunter, ’00, who presented the scholarship on behalf of Jones Dairy Farm.
From left, Robb C. Dietrich, executive director of the Penn College Foundation, Sarah B. Fiedler, recipient of the Jones Dairy Culinary Scholarship, and Kate Hunter, ’00, who presented the scholarship on behalf of Jones Dairy Farm.

Culinary arts technology alumna Kate (Bishop) Hunter, ’00, returned to campus April 28 to offer career advice during a library presentation. While here, she presented the Jones Dairy Farm Culinary Scholarship to student Sarah B. Fiedler, a culinary arts and systems student from Lock Haven. It is the second year Fiedler has received the scholarship, which was established by Jones Dairy Farm last year. After several years in the restaurant at the Hershey Country Club, Hunter helped her family open a food brokerage firm, Peak Sales & Marketing, where she is office manager. Jones Dairy Farm began making breakfast sausage 127 years ago and has since expanded its all-natural product line.

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