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Students Prepare Desserts for Area Hospital’s ‘Cookin’ Men’ Fundraiser

Goodwill ambassadors share hospitality in area benefit.
Goodwill ambassadors share hospitality in area benefit.
Who wouldn't give a student-prepared dessert a thumbs-up?!?!?
Who wouldn’t give a student-prepared dessert a thumbs-up?!?!?
Tickled pink to help raise money and breast-cancer awareness are, from left, Rachel C. Bryant, Wellsboro; Autumn E. MacInnis, Trout Run; Marci L. Cohen, Clarks Summit; and Jonathan T. Hall, Williamsport.
Tickled pink to help raise money and breast-cancer awareness are, from left, Rachel C. Bryant, Wellsboro; Autumn E. MacInnis, Trout Run; Marci L. Cohen, Clarks Summit; and Jonathan T. Hall, Williamsport.
Aglow at helping a good cause is Kelsey L. Park, of Bellefonte, joined by Victoria L. Kostecki, of Center Valley.
Aglow at helping a good cause is Kelsey L. Park, of Bellefonte, joined by Victoria L. Kostecki, of Center Valley.

Students in the Classical and Special Dessert Presentation course, taught by Todd M. Keeley, instructor of baking and pastry arts/culinary arts, and Callie L. Proctor (’08), part-time instructor of baking and pastry arts, attended and prepared desserts for last week’s Evangelical Community Hospital’s Fourth Annual “Cookin’ Men” event. The benefit is an evening of fun, good spirits and culinary delights prepared by local male celebrities in support of the Lewisburg facility’s Thyra M. Humphreys Center for Breast Health. The event, held at the Susquehanna Valley Country Club in Selinsgrove, attracted nearly 400 guests and raised $23,000 toward the fight against breast cancer.
Photos by Brian D. Walton, coordinator of academic operations, School of Business & Hospitality

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