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Out & About: The Chefs' Marketplace sells out

| Sunday, Nov. 12, 2017, 9:00 p.m.
CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: From left: Event chairwoman Marcy Sloneker, WCCC President Tuesday Stanley, hall of fame inductee Andrew Parfitt and Cindy Komarinski, dean of the WCCC School of Culinary Arts/Hospitality at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, on Nov. 5.
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CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: From left: Event chairwoman Marcy Sloneker, WCCC President Tuesday Stanley, hall of fame inductee Andrew Parfitt and Cindy Komarinski, dean of the WCCC School of Culinary Arts/Hospitality at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, on Nov. 5.
CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Matthew Vibberts and Kelley Folts at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, on Nov. 5.
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CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Matthew Vibberts and Kelley Folts at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, on Nov. 5.
CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Westmoreland Educational Foundation Board President Philip McCalister and his wife, Maria, at the foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, on Nov. 5 at Westmoreland County Community College.
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CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Westmoreland Educational Foundation Board President Philip McCalister and his wife, Maria, at the foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, on Nov. 5 at Westmoreland County Community College.
CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Auction chairs Bonnie Lewis and Patricia Walt at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
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CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Auction chairs Bonnie Lewis and Patricia Walt at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Students observe as faculty member and Chef Christopher Cwierz prepares dessert at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
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CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Students observe as faculty member and Chef Christopher Cwierz prepares dessert at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Susan and David McDonald at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
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CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Susan and David McDonald at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Culinary students Erin Bertuzzi, Susan Troilo and Patricia Buckley help prepare dinner for the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
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CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Culinary students Erin Bertuzzi, Susan Troilo and Patricia Buckley help prepare dinner for the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Culinary students prepare salads for the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
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CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Culinary students prepare salads for the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Culinary student Anna Pevarnik and hotel and resort management student Mary Antonacci sell made-from-scratch goods at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
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CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Culinary student Anna Pevarnik and hotel and resort management student Mary Antonacci sell made-from-scratch goods at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood.
CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Pat Wallace and Kim Dickert-Wallace with culinary arts apprenticeship student Jessica Eckley at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at WCCC.
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CHEFS' MARKETPLACE: Pat Wallace and Kim Dickert-Wallace with culinary arts apprenticeship student Jessica Eckley at the Westmoreland County Community College Education Foundation's 31st annual fundraising dinner, Chefs' Marketplace, held Nov. 5 at WCCC.

The Chefs' Marketplace, the Westmoreland County Community College Educational Foundation's annual fundraising dinner, was a sellout on Nov. 5 at the college near Youngwood. Students and faculty in the college's School of Culinary Arts and Hospitality programs prepared and served gourmet hors d'oeuvres and a meal featuring made-from-scratch fruit spreads, pickles, sauces and baked goods that also were available for purchase. During dinner, alumnus Andrew Parfitt, now the South Beach executive chef for the Pelican Bay Foundation in Naples, Fla., was inducted into the college's Culinary Arts and Hospitality Hall of Fame. Event proceeds support scholarships for culinary arts and hospitality students.

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