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Culinary Students Shine For Japanese Visitors
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Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Americus-Sumter High School recently hosted a catered event for more than two dozen visitors from Japan. The annual "Konu Delegation" luncheon was held at ASHS on August 21, 2018. The international visitors were treated to an array of traditional southern cuisine catered by instructor Nancy Green and her Culinary Arts students. "My students participated at every stage of preparation," said Green. "They enjoyed having an opportunity to show off their culinary skills." The menu included baked chicken, pineapple ham, collard greens, baked macaroni and cheese, and peach cobbler. Drinks included lemonade, punch, and pineapple water. "The students worked very hard, both with cooking and with serving," Green said. "We are proud of our culinary students. They represented us well."  
 
 
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Americus-Sumter High School recently hosted a catered luncheon for the "Konu Delegation" from Japan. ASHS instructor Nancy Green and her Culinary Arts students treated the visitors to an array of traditional southern cuisine. 
Left to right in rear: Alexis Holmes, Arianna Stokes, Artravian Thomas, Tyrianna Sanders, Courtney Coley, Ayesha Williams, Nikerria Jackson, Trinity Gilliam, Nancy Green, Tameal Foster, Keithon Cross, Kamya Durham, Caleb Jenkins, Jacoby Harvey. In front: Jose Torres (left) and Bria Dennard.
 
 
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Americus-Sumter High instructor Nancy Green and her Culinary Arts students prepare food for a catered luncheon  for the "Konu Delegation" from Japan recently. Mrs. Green and her students treated the visitors to an array of traditional southern cuisine.   
Left to right, Caleb Jenkins, Nancy Green, Jacoby Harvey, Keithon Cross.   
 
 
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Americus-High School senior Arianna Stokes fries cornbread to be served at a catered luncheon for the "Konu Delegation" from Japan. Culinary Arts Instructor Nancy Green and her students treated the visitors to an array of traditional southern cuisine.   
 
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Americus-Sumter High students Nikerria Jackson (left) and Tameal Foster prepare the serving area prior to a catered luncheon recently held for the "Konu Delegation" from Japan. 
Americus-High School senior Arianna Stokes fries cornbread to be served at a catered luncheon for the "Konu Delegation" from Japan. Culinary Arts Instructor Nancy Green and her students treated the visitors to an array of traditional southern cuisine.   

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