Gallatin County High students tour Culinary Arts kitchens (standalone photos)

INA, Ill. (Feb. 20, 2014) - Three Foods classes from Gallatin County High School visited with Rend Lake College's Culinary Arts program Thursday morning to learn more about the program and get some hands-on practice. Gallatin County teacher Sara Rushing said the tour was a first for her classes, though several of the students have expressed interest in visiting RLC to get an up-close and personal look at the program.

ChocolateDecorationsWBrian Cox-Overfield of Gallatin County High School focuses on creating chocolate decorations Thursday morning alongside Rend Lake College Culinary Arts student Nancy Green of Benton. A number of the students were able to get hands-on practice in the kitchens while learning about the program. Also pictured is, FROM LEFT, Jeanine Walters of Gallatin County, Cox-Overfield, Culinary Arts Instructor Jeff Fairbanks, Green, and Mason Koester of Gallatin County. Click on the image for a larger view.
(ReAnne Palmer / RLC Public Information)

ChocolateCuttingWThree Gallatin County High School students, FROM LEFT, Kalee Adler, Sarah Pepper, and Lani Oldham, watch Culinary Arts Instructor Brad Stout work with chocolate Thursday morning in the Rend Lake College Culinary Arts kitchen. The students also watched Culinary Arts Lead Instructor Robert Wilson cut up a whole chicken during their tour and visit. Click on the image for a larger view.
(ReAnne Palmer / RLC Public Information)

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