2009-12-03 / Education

CAFE LUNCHEON


Houghton Lake High School’s Hospitality/Commercial Foods Class, which operates the Bobcat Café, catered the second annual Customer Appreciation luncheon at St. Vincent DePaul’s Prudenville location for 250 guests Nov. 13. Pictured are (front row, left to right) sophomore Victoria Doebler, senior Bryanna Charlesworth, senior Jenny Parker, Instructor Mrs. PJ Steeby, and (back row ) senior Tim Consani, 2009 graduate Derrick Dankert, senior Kyle Hunt, and junior Zach Oakes. The students also catered breakfast for 150 veterans at the high school’s recent Veteran’s Day Assembly. Their other activities have included mentoring Collins Elementary students of Mrs. Jennifer Williams (who were planning to prepare and serve a traditional Thanksgiving dinner to invited guests from the Houghton Lake Kiwanis), and manning a fundraising booth, “Bobcat’s Snowman Gift Shop,” at the Houghton Lake Merchant’s Association’s Santa’s Workshop. They also plan to decorate and enter a tree for the merchant’s Christmas Tree silent auction fundraiser. The Bobcat Café has received requests to cater other service organization functions during the school year. (Courtesy photo) Houghton Lake High School’s Hospitality/Commercial Foods Class, which operates the Bobcat Café, catered the second annual Customer Appreciation luncheon at St. Vincent DePaul’s Prudenville location for 250 guests Nov. 13. Pictured are (front row, left to right) sophomore Victoria Doebler, senior Bryanna Charlesworth, senior Jenny Parker, Instructor Mrs. PJ Steeby, and (back row ) senior Tim Consani, 2009 graduate Derrick Dankert, senior Kyle Hunt, and junior Zach Oakes. The students also catered breakfast for 150 veterans at the high school’s recent Veteran’s Day Assembly. Their other activities have included mentoring Collins Elementary students of Mrs. Jennifer Williams (who were planning to prepare and serve a traditional Thanksgiving dinner to invited guests from the Houghton Lake Kiwanis), and manning a fundraising booth, “Bobcat’s Snowman Gift Shop,” at the Houghton Lake Merchant’s Association’s Santa’s Workshop. They also plan to decorate and enter a tree for the merchant’s Christmas Tree silent auction fundraiser. The Bobcat Café has received requests to cater other service organization functions during the school year. (Courtesy photo)

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