Students enrolled in the programs at Alfred State College's School of Applied Technology and local eateries once again dazzled visitors to the Wellsville Campus during its second annual "Taste of Wellsville" event which was conducted as part of the College's Centennial Celebration.
Restaurants and other food purveyors sold their tasty signature dishes in "miniature form" at stations around the Applied Technology Campus. Park Plaza Liquors hosted a wine tasting and Wellsville car dealerships, Pfuntner Chrysler-Plymouth-Jeep, Basil Chevrolet, and Kleiser Ford showcased select cars.
Additionally, the culinary arts/baking, production and management students held their annual public bake sale. Drawings were held for Building Trades Department student-built Adirondack-style chair which was won by Deb Burch, Cuba; an Automotive Trades Department gift basket and a pair of sawhorses were won by Kate Plants, Cuba; a Culinary Arts Department bakery basket and lunch gift certificate which were won by Delores Ackerman, Wellsville; and a wine rack was won by Jacky Vaccaro, Rochester.
Tours of the campus, featuring interactive demonstrations in each area, were also conducted.