Culinary Arts reasserted its dominance on the local food scene by winning Best Dessert at the 2014 Taste of Greene County. The event, held at the Nutter Center, featured food samples from dozens of restaurants and professionals chefs. In addition to the Best Dessert award, the group finished second for Peoples' Choice, which honors the best overall presentation.
Power Equipment Mechanics students Reigh Spahr, Dean McMillion and Zach Mowen placed second in the team category in Ag Mechanics Skills at the Ohio FFA District 9 Career Development Event at Ohio Valley CTC. The team advances to the state competition at Ohio State-ATI in Wooster on April 11.
Chamber members from all of Greene County descended on the Career Center for our second annual All-County Chamber Chat. The event was hosted by the chambers from Beavercreek, Bellbrook-Sugarcreek, Cedarville, Fairborn, Jamestown, Xenia and Yellow Springs. Culinary Arts catered and state qualifiers Debbie Hall and Micah Lindsey demonstrated cake decorating and garde manger. Micah's Mexican Hot Chocolate Cakes were auctioned off to two lucky winners. Click through to see a photo gallery from the event.
Greene County Career Center Cosmetology teacher Lisa Bricker has been recognized as the Ohio School Boards Association Southwest Region Outstanding Faculty Member. Bricker has taught at Greene County Career Center since 2001 and has established her program as one of Ohio’s leaders in State Board of Cosmetology certification passage rate. She was honored at the organization’s annual spring conference on March 11 at Great Oaks Institute of Technology and Career Development in Cincinnati.