Lunch is served


In honor of Career and Technical Education Month, Four County Career Center hosted a luncheon prepared by the Culinary Arts Management/Chef Training students and Chef Peter Herold for state legislators and local elected officials from the four-county area. Students had the opportunity to talk about their programs of study and what they were learning to prepare them for their careers. Shown during the presentation of the Career and Technical Education Month Proclamation are, from left, Superintendent Tim Meister, Wauseon student Cody Fry, Wauseon Mayor Kathy Huner, Wauseon student Melisa Cruz, and Pettisville student Taylor Herschberger.

In honor of Career and Technical Education Month, Four County Career Center hosted a luncheon prepared by the Culinary Arts Management/Chef Training students and Chef Peter Herold for state legislators and local elected officials from the four-county area. Students had the opportunity to talk about their programs of study and what they were learning to prepare them for their careers. Shown during the presentation of the Career and Technical Education Month Proclamation are, from left, Superintendent Tim Meister, Wauseon student Cody Fry, Wauseon Mayor Kathy Huner, Wauseon student Melisa Cruz, and Pettisville student Taylor Herschberger.


In honor of Career and Technical Education Month, Four County Career Center hosted a luncheon prepared by the Culinary Arts Management/Chef Training students and Chef Peter Herold for state legislators and local elected officials from the four-county area. Students had the opportunity to talk about their programs of study and what they were learning to prepare them for their careers. Shown during the presentation of the Career and Technical Education Month Proclamation are, from left, Superintendent Tim Meister, Wauseon student Cody Fry, Wauseon Mayor Kathy Huner, Wauseon student Melisa Cruz, and Pettisville student Taylor Herschberger.

In honor of Career and Technical Education Month, Four County Career Center hosted a luncheon prepared by the Culinary Arts Management/Chef Training students and Chef Peter Herold for state legislators and local elected officials from the four-county area. Students had the opportunity to talk about their programs of study and what they were learning to prepare them for their careers. Shown during the presentation of the Career and Technical Education Month Proclamation are, from left, Superintendent Tim Meister, Wauseon student Cody Fry, Wauseon Mayor Kathy Huner, Wauseon student Melisa Cruz, and Pettisville student Taylor Herschberger.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2016/02/web1_FCCC-culinary-arts.jpgIn honor of Career and Technical Education Month, Four County Career Center hosted a luncheon prepared by the Culinary Arts Management/Chef Training students and Chef Peter Herold for state legislators and local elected officials from the four-county area. Students had the opportunity to talk about their programs of study and what they were learning to prepare them for their careers. Shown during the presentation of the Career and Technical Education Month Proclamation are, from left, Superintendent Tim Meister, Wauseon student Cody Fry, Wauseon Mayor Kathy Huner, Wauseon student Melisa Cruz, and Pettisville student Taylor Herschberger.