National student chef competition in Providence this weekend

WILLIAM M. DAVIES, JR. Career & Technical High School's team won the
WILLIAM M. DAVIES, JR. Career & Technical High School in Lincoln will represent the state in Saturday’s National ProStart Invitational culinary competition. From left to right: Chef Ray McCue, Johnson & Wales University; Instructor Chef Santos Nieves, William M. Davies, Jr. Career & Technical High School; students Victoria Carrion, Fabian Vargas, Alexia Guzman, and Britney Fernandez; Dale Venturini, President & CEO, Rhode Island Hospitality Association; Rhode Island Speaker of the House Nicholas Mattiello. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HOSPITALITY EDUCATION FOUNDATION
PROVIDENCE - The city returns to the national culinary spotlight this weekend as a prestigious nationwide chef and restaurateur competition holds its finals at the Rhode Island Convention Center. More than $1 million in culinary arts college scholarships is on the line in the National ProStart Invitational, the country’s premier secondary-school competition focused on restaurant…

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