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St. Ben's Students Learn About Hospitality and Tourism at Cambrian College

Students Patrick Demore and Brandon Lai enjoyed the hands on learning during their Hospitality and Tourism Day at Cambrian College.

January 4, 2010 - Students from St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School were invited to Cambrian College recently to learn more about their Hospitality and Tourism programming. It was a day full of activities and learning as the students participated in different workshops such as preparing their own lunch in the Fountaine Bleue Dining Room. Edith Vigna, the teacher from St. Benedict who accompanied the students said that the highlight for the group was making their own pizzas for lunch. " We had a really good day at Cambrian College." stated Vigna. "The kids were very interested and asked really good questions. They are looking forward to attending more workshops like these in the future!"



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