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Special awards recognise hospitality and cookery student

Two South Regional TAFE students have been recognised for their outstanding commitment and achievement to cookery and hospitality.

Bunbury Diploma of Hospitality Management student Kade Fujino, and commercial cookery student Dillion Freeman have received certificates of encouragement supported by the Freemasons. They were presented their certificates by local Freemason president Eliot Fisher at Epicure Training Restaurant.

The students were chosen because of the efforts they had put in to deliver a high standard of excellence in their practical and theory work.

The organisation wanted to express their appreciation for the excellent meals they had enjoyed at Epicure and the high standard of service and professionalism in training that they witnessed on their visits.

Mr Fisher said the Freemason’s supported many causes in the community in the areas of education.

The encouragement awards comprised of perpetual shields for display in Epicure restaurant, certificates and an individual financial contribution to the students.

Mr Fisher also thanked hospitality lecturer Johnese Mullen for the support provided in facilitating the awards.

Epicure Training Restaurant is an operational restaurant serving dinners and other meals to the public throughout the semester. The restaurant is fully licensed and provides cookery and hospitality students with a chance to develop their skills in the most realistic training environment possible.

The restaurant caters for a variety of events and offers fine dining as well as breakfast, lunches and barista service on occasion.

To support the training restaurant or make a booking see the page on our website:



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