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Carhi student chefs dish out Christmas turkey for 800

Carhi student chefs dish out Christmas turkey for 800: Chef instructor Kris Bachman and more than 20 Grade 10, 11 and 12 student chefs in the Carihi Secondary cooking program and another 30 servers put their skills to the test for the student body Wednesday when they prepared and served turkey dinner for 800. Dishing it out (from the left) were: Jarrod Toews, 15, Destiny Fillion, 16, Mathew Nelson, 17 and Ashleigh Arberry, 15. - Brian Kieran/The Mirror
Carhi student chefs dish out Christmas turkey for 800: Chef instructor Kris Bachman and more than 20 Grade 10, 11 and 12 student chefs in the Carihi Secondary cooking program and another 30 servers put their skills to the test for the student body Wednesday when they prepared and served turkey dinner for 800. Dishing it out (from the left) were: Jarrod Toews, 15, Destiny Fillion, 16, Mathew Nelson, 17 and Ashleigh Arberry, 15.
— image credit: Brian Kieran/The Mirror
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