This week our new VET Hospitality Class took the opportunity to extend student gratitude to the most significant volunteer group in the College - our wonderful P&F Committee.
The VET Hospitality Class prepared and served a three course meal for the P&F in the College Library which was transformed into a restaurant for the evening.
These Year 10 students were outstanding in their work. They readied and served a sophisticated taster plate for entrée, a variety of mains which catered for the full range of tastes, including two vegetarians and a vegan as well as a scrumptious buffet of desserts.
Under the excellent leadership of our VET Hospitality teacher, Mr Cameron Golding, students impressed us with their advanced culinary skills. You can see photos on our gallery: VET Hospitaity dinner.
The P&F were delighted with the quality and variety of food prepared and the empty plates at the end of each course were a testimony to the appreciation of the diners.
We extend our gratitude to these excellent students and thank them for their dedication, outstanding work ethic and their own commitment to volunteerism. We are very proud of them.
Ms Beth Gilligan - Dominic College