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Students Prepare Treats for SPCA Fundraiser


A rolled-fondant dog has a spacious chocolate doghouse and giant cookie dog bones. Student-made sweets for sampling Students in Chef Monica J. Lanczak’s baking and pastry arts application class prepared goodies for Friday night’s “Sweet Temptations,” a fundraising event at the Best Western Inn sponsored by the Lycoming County Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. For a $10 donation, visitors could sample sweet treats made by local businesses. The students made a variety of cookies including chocolate-dipped, sugar-cookie dog bones. The students’ centerpiece was a chocolate doghouse, complete with a rolled-fondant puppy and roses in its yard.

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