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Eastside High School wins state culinary competition

By on March 14th, 2011

Several student chefs from Eastside High School will be moving on to the National Competition, after they won the state championship in this weekend’s (3/12-3/13) annual Pro-Start Culinary Teams Competition. The students won in the different team and individual medals, and came back with more than $100,000 in student scholarships. Institute of Culinary Arts Instructor Pamela Morris says their overall enthusiasm made them stand out during the competition. The National Pro-Start Invitational Competition will take place in Kansas City at the end of April.


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