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Photo Gallery: Bastille Day at the Career Training Academy in Ross

| Sunday, July 20, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Medical assisting major Braden Esposito of Etna serves some French bread to advanced medical coding major Judy Jensen of Shaler during the Bastille Day celebration at the Career Training Academy in Ross Township on Monday, July 14, 2014. Bastille Day is a French holiday marking the start of the French Revolution, which began July 14, 1789, with the storming of the Bastille prison. The Career Training Academy annually celebrates the holiday with the serving of foods popular in France to give students something fun to do in the midst of summer classes.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Advanced body worker majors Ashley Baldwin of Coraopolis (left) and Tom Horth ll of Carnegie and medical coding and billing major Kim Huffman of Saxonburg prepare food for the Bastille Day celebration at the Career Training Academy in Ross Township on Monday, July 14, 2014. Bastille Day is a French holiday marking the start of the French Revolution, which began July 14, 1789, with the storming of the Bastille prison. The Career Training Academy annually celebrates the holiday with the serving of foods popular in France to give students something fun to do in the midst of summer classes.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Advanced body worker major, Tom Horth ll of Carnegie (left) and medical assisting major Braden Esposito of Etna act as waiters while advanced body worker major Ashley Baldwin of Coraopolis grabs a croissant during the Bastille Day celebration at the Career Training Academy in Ross Township on Monday, July 14, 2014. Bastille Day is a French holiday marking the start of the French Revolution, which began July 14, 1789, with the storming of the Bastille prison. The Career Training Academy annually celebrates the holiday with the serving of foods popular in France to give students something fun to do in the midst of summer classes.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
Career Training Academy administrative assistant Linda Arnold of Bellevue (left) grabs fruit while massage therapist major Suzy Callen of Sarver waits in line during the Bastille Day celebration at the school in Ross Township on Monday, July 14, 2014. Bastille Day is a French holiday marking the start of the French Revolution, which began July 14, 1789, with the storming of the Bastille prison. The Career Training Academy annually celebrates the holiday with the serving of foods popular in France to give students something fun to do in the midst of summer classes.

Students and staff at the Career Training Academy in Ross Township celebrated Bastille Day on July 14.

Bastille Day is a French holiday marking the start of the French Revolution, which began July 14, 1789, with the storming of the Bastille prison.

The Career Training Academy annually celebrates the holiday with the serving of foods popular in France to give students something fun to do in the midst of summer classes.

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