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Hospitality Students Deliciously Mark First Decade of ‘First Friday’


First Friday co-creator Judy Olinski thanks the crowd for its support after a congratulatory address by Mayor Gabriel Campana Cupcakes were designed by students in the Introductory Baking course taught by Chef Sue Major, assistant professor of baking and pastry arts/culinary arts Culinary arts technology student Stephen W. Malizia offers cupcakes to passersby Visitors to the cupcake display take on the difficult task of choosing just oneStudents in the School of Hospitality’s Introductory Baking course designed and made cupcakes to help Williamsport celebrate the 10th anniversary of its First Friday Art Town events, a monthly exposition and celebration of the arts downtown and in other parts of the city. The Penn College students baked and decorated 300 cupcakes in four flavors that were distributed in the former M&T Bank building on West Fourth Street.

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