RIHEF names winners of 7th Annual Rhode Island ProStart High School Culinary & Management Competition

EAST PROVIDENCE CAREER & TECHNICAL CENTER'S team won the Food Service Management portion of the Seventh Annual Rhode Island ProStart High School Culinary & Management Competition. From left: Chef Ray McCue, Johnson & Wales University; Instructor Chef William Walker, East Providence Career & Technical Center; students Shelby Wilkerson, Sidney Robertson, Nayelle Vieira and Luana Rodrigues; Dale J. Venturini, president and CEO, Rhode Island Hospitality Association; and R.I. Speaker of the House Nicholas A. Mattiello. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HOSPITALITY EDUCATION FOUNDATION
EAST PROVIDENCE CAREER & TECHNICAL CENTER'S team won the Food Service Management portion of the Seventh Annual Rhode Island ProStart High School Culinary & Management Competition. From left: Chef Ray McCue, Johnson & Wales University; Instructor Chef William Walker, East Providence Career & Technical Center; students Shelby Wilkerson, Sidney Robertson, Nayelle Vieira and Luana Rodrigues; Dale J. Venturini, president and CEO, Rhode Island Hospitality Association; and R.I. Speaker of the House Nicholas A. Mattiello. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND HOSPITALITY EDUCATION FOUNDATION
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Hospitality Education Foundation in collaboration with ProStart announced the winners of the Seventh Annual Rhode Island ProStart High School Culinary & Management Competition Friday. The team from William M. Davies, Jr. Career & Technical High School in Lincoln won the Culinary Arts portion of the competition, while the team from the…
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