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Turbotville Boy Scouts Visit School of Hospitality

Assistant Scoutmaster Albert Mabus and some of his troop learn about varied jobs in the hospitality industry Fred W. Becker, dean of hospitality, explains the varied cookware in Le Jeune Chef's sprawling and busy kitchen Scouts listen intently as they're told the importance of math and communications skills in the hospitality field Ten members of Boy Scout Troop 622 in Turbotville working on their merit badges in cooking visited Penn College’s School of Hospitality on Monday. The boys, accompanied by Assistant Scoutmaster Albert Mabus and two other chaperones, are required to learn about three positions in the food-service industry. They spent the morning at Eder’s Ice Cream near Montoursville before touring the college’s kitchens with Fred W. Becker, dean of hospitality, and learning about the rewards and hard work of culinary careers.

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