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Nashoba Tech Wins Chamber Competition Again

This is the fifth time in seven years that the Culinary Arts and Hotel & Restaurant Management program has won.

Nashoba Valley Technical High School won the best entrée category at the Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce’s recent Taste of Nashoba Valley competition. Courtesy
Nashoba Valley Technical High School won the best entrée category at the Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce’s recent Taste of Nashoba Valley competition. Courtesy
Celebrating Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s win in the Best Entrée category of the Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce’s recent Taste of Nashoba Valley competition are, front row, from left, Meghan Bourassa (sophomore, Shirley), Tiffany Kelly (sophomore, Shirley), Shannon Harrison-Fisher (junior, Pepperell), Gabrielle Hathaway (senior, Ayer), Cortney Surprenant (junior, Littleton), and Chef-Instructor Steve Whiting; and, back row, from left, Chef-Instructors Fran Zentgraf and Carley Engle, Bradley Balduf (senior, Ayer) and Ian Henry (junior, Chelmsford). Missing from the photo is Chef-Instructor Kevin McGuire. Students and staff in Nashoba Tech’s Culinary Arts and Hotel & Restaurant Management programs won Best Entrée — which is akin to winning Best Movie at the Academy Awards — for the fifth time in the last seven years of the Chamber event, held in Groton. The school’s in-school restaurant, The Elegant Chef, is open to the public for lunch Tuesday throughFriday, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., when school is in session.

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