ANE held its graduation yesterday. A whole mess of students crossed the stage and, like all events of its kind, it was a bit of a roller coaster ride emotionally. The high point for me, though, was after the graduation. The Education Department’s reception was held for the first time at the Cheshire Career Center’s on-site restaurant. Last winter, Scott Rogers, director of the culinary arts program (an ANE alum and a Critical Skills Concentration student to boot!) gave his students the challenge of putting together a reception (featuring local foods whenever possible) from “soup to nuts” as it were. They rose to the challenge admirably, providing not only delicious fare, but high quality service as well. These kids really knew their stuff and it showed! Thanks to them for the perfect ending to a wonderful day!
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