Students enrolled in the bakery, production and management program of the Culinary Arts Department at Alfred State College's School of Applied Technology Campus, Wellsville, will hold their annual community bake sale Friday, Oct. 5 AND Saturday, Oct. 6, in the Culinary Arts Building parking lot, Wellsville, from 8 a.m.- 1 p.m. and 11 a.m.-2 p.m., respectively.
This year's two-day event is scheduled as part of the college's second annual "Taste of Wellsville," where local restaurants and other food purveyors will showcase their tasty signature dishes in "miniature form" at stations around the Applied Technology Campus. Additionally, drawings will be held for Building Trades Department student-built Adirondack-style chairs and sawhorses; a Culinary Arts Department bakery basket and lunch gift certificate; and an Automotive Trades Department gift basket. Proceeds from the drawings will benefit a scholarship fund for Applied Technology students. You need not be present to win.
This event is scheduled as part of ASC's Centennial anniversary celebration.
Among the offerings will be a full complement of baked goods: breads, including salt rising, French, wheat, pumpernickel, rye, zucchini, banana, pumpkin, raisin, and LA Cinnamon; rolls, including clover, dinner, and butter bits; an assortment of pies, including cream, fruit, and pumpkin; assorted cookies, muffins, Danishes, and doughnuts. All sales are "cash-and-carry." Proceeds from the bake sale will benefit the student scholarships and activities.
Students work under the direction of Debra Burch, bakery instructor.
Manager of the 2007 bake sale is third-year bakery intern Malcolm Garrison, Wellsville, third year intern in the baking curriculum (student has completed an associate's degree in culinary arts and is studying for a second degree in baking, production and management). He will be assisted by Della Warner and the students in the baking, production and management program.