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Visiting Chef – Spring 2010

Pennsylvania College of Technology hosted its spring Visiting Chef Series from Feb. 17-19, welcoming Chef DeJuan Roy, executive chef of 95 Cordova at the historic Casa Monica Hotel in St. Augustine, Fla. While at the college, Roy worked alongside School of Hospitality students, sharing his expertise as they prepared a benefit dinner that concluded the stay. Also working with students was 95 Cordova’s sous chef, Timothy Haire. Net proceeds from the seven-course dinner will be used for annual scholarship awards and endowed scholarship funds.

— Photos by Jennifer A. Cline, news bureau writer/editor

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