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‘PA live!’ Broadcast Again Features College Guests

WBRE's Josh Hodell talks with student Katlyn J. Hackling (center) and Chef Mary G. Trometter.
WBRE’s Josh Hodell talks with student Katlyn J. Hackling (center) and Chef Mary G. Trometter.

Chef Mary G. Trometter, assistant professor of hospitality management/culinary arts, accompanied student Katlyn J. Hackling, of Williamsport, on WBRE’s “PA live!” broadcast on Wednesday. During the show, Hackling demonstrated pumpkin crepes with a fall squash filling and a pumpkin crepe dessert with sweet honey, cream cheese and fruit filling. Hackling is a senior in the culinary arts and systems major.

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