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Taco ’bout raising funds

Jose Gomez, CTE Writer

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Culinary Arts Students departed to Glenwood Church of Christ in Tyler yesterday afternoon serving a catering taco bar event for the “Pure Gold Group”. Students Payton Wages, Alexis Kendall, Shie Sutton, Maya Reazin, Liliana Garza, Paula Castillo, China Blalock, Ciera Hill, Itzel Fernandez, Lamaya Green, and Azia Johnson, were all involved in the culinary group that served. The group went with the purpose of raising funds for the culinary program and to promote it.

“We had fun and enjoyed it, it was a great experience,” stated Sutton.

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