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ProStart Students Win Sysco Hospitality Cup

CONGRATULATIONS to the following ProStart competitors for their

accomplishments at the Colorado ProStart Invitational Competition at

Johnson & Wales University on Friday March 21st, 2014!

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Culinary Team: Won 3rd in state!!

Presten Wonders (12th grade)   
John Moriarity (12th grade-Eaglecrest) 
Korrah Williams (12th grade)
Noah Mourning (11th grade) 

Mentor: Aaron Whitcomb (YaYa's Executive Chef) 

Management Team: Won 1st in state!!

ATTENDING NATIONALS IN MINNEAPOLIS!!

Korrah Williams (12th grade) Noah Mourning (11th grade)
Spencer Petree (12th grade- Eaglecrest)

Mentors: Chris Kolin & Tim Lynott (Chili's)

 

Grandview had two teams competing, which means we were eligible for the traveling "Sysco Hospitality Cup" which is given to the school with the highest combined score between both culinary & management competitions.

Grandview won 1st place overall earning the

Sysco Hospitality cup for this upcoming year!

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The ProStart Management team is proud to represent both the state of Colorado as well as Grandview High School at the National ProStart Competition in Minneapolis May 3-6th! WISH US LUCK!

 

A HUGE THANK YOU to all of our support this past year in preparation for the competition: Lainie Kirsch, Arlene Laughton, Aaron Whitcomb, Chris Kolin, Tim Lynott, Scott Bond, Rachel Cummings, Mary Mino, and most of all, to ALL PARENTS WHO HELPED SUPPORT THEIR STUDENTS IN THIS EXPERIENCE!

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