August 21, 2018
Year 11 Hospitality students are lending a hand to drought relief by joining the ‘Parma for a Farmer’ initiative.

The students will be holding a pop-up café during school lunchtime of Tuesday, 28 August, preparing and serving chicken parmigiana packs for staff and students to purchase. All food is cooked and prepared by VET Hospitality students, as well serving the customers.

All proceeds of the event will be donated to Rural Australia.

MLC’s VET (Vocational Educational and Training) Hospitality program sees VCE students hone their skills both front of house and back of house in the school’s commercial training restaurant. Students graduate from the program with an industry Certificate in Food and Beverage or Commercial Cookery.

We are most appreciative to the businesses that have donated items for the cause: Woolworths, Superior Food Services, Lombards and Yarra Valley Farms.

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