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    Culinary Students Receive High Honors at State FCCLA Competition
    Culinary Academy FCCLA state competitors

    May 7, 2018

    Students from the Lorain County JVS Culinary Academy recently participated in the state competition of Family Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) in Columbus, Ohio.  Six students will be advancing to the national competition in Atlanta, Georgia on June 28th

    The names of those students that will be advancing to the next level of the competition are underlined.

    AMHERST
    Kailey Hoopes (Culinary Arts senior) placed first in the Culinary Team Event and placed second in the Career Investigation Event; Angela LaRosa (Bakery and Pastry Arts senior) placed third in the Garde Manger Event; Breanna Unger (Culinary Arts senior) placed first in the Culinary Team Event

    AVON
    Megan Doman (Bakery and Pastry Arts senior) placed sixth in the Entrepreneurship Event

    AVON LAKE
    Anna Baldwin (Bakery and Pastry Arts junior) placed third in the Pastry Tray Event

    CLEARVIEW
    Emily Smith (Hospitality Services B senior) received a gold medal in the Product Development Event

    COLUMBIA
    Anthony Dodig (Culinary Arts junior) received a gold medal in the Web and Graphic Design Event; Casandra McDowell (Bakery and Pastry Arts junior) placed fifth in the Pastry Tray Event

    ELYRIA
    Zarriah Bobbitt (Culinary Arts senior) placed first in the Culinary Team Event; Hannah Morgan (Bakery and Pastry Arts senior) placed 1st in the Creative Cakes Event; Casandra Strawderman (Hospitality Services B senior) received a gold medal in the Product Development Event

    MIDVIEW
    Marissa Ziegler (Bakery and Pastry Arts senior) placed sixth in the Entrepreneurship Event

    NORTH RIDGEVILLE
    CJ Howard (Culinary Arts senior) received a gold medal in the Web and Graphic Design Event, placed 2nd in the Job Interview Event, and was recognized as an Outstanding FCCLA Member with 314 logged volunteer hours; Timothy Livingston (Culinary Arts senior) placed first in the Applied Culinary Math Event; Erika Shaft (Bakery and Pastry Arts senior) placed 2nd in the Garde Manger Event

    FCCLA is a nonprofit national career and technical organization for students in family and consumer sciences education in public and private school through grade 12. Involvement in FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life -- planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making and interpersonal communication -- necessary in the home and workplace.