Catawba Club chefs show Port Clinton students how to master omelet

Nov 6, 2019 | Around Ottawa County | 0 comments

Catawba Island Club chefs teaching students to cook omelets

Catawa Island Club chefs Addison Hoover and Ron Webb (center) help Port Clinton High School students learn life skills by making delicious omelets.

The Port Clinton High School BEACON classroom learned how to make delicious omelets under the guidance of the Catawba Island Club culinary staff. Catawba Island Club Executive Chef Addison Hoover and Chef Ron Webb talked about working in the food industry and skills that make a good worker.

The chefs helped BEACON students create their own omelets. BEACON stands for Bridging Educational Achievement and Career Oriented Needs, and meets The Three E’s by engaging students in work-related opportunities through educational exploration, and volunteer experiences.

“This was a fantastic experience for the students,” said BEACON teacher Lori Scalf. See more pictures and the video at pccsd.net or facebook.com/portclintonschools.

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