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Hospitality Students Feed Growers Market Patrons

Elisabeth J. Callahan serves chocolate zucchini cakeanup Leanda J. Hill, one of three student managers for the events Daniel R. Moyer dishes up stir fry This past weekend, a dozen School of Hospitality students from Penn College prepared and served food with ingredients found at the Williamsport Growers Market, held downtown on Saturdays through October. The market, generally the students’ first eventof the fall semester, provides experience in interacting with local food producers and in preparing dishes that use fresh ingredients.

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