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By LAUREL WILSON lwilson@bgdailynews.com
Hundreds of guests at the Empty Bowls Event, which raises money for local food pantries, picked one of 750 bowls and ate meals of soup and bread donated by restaurants. They took home the bowl as a reminder that people face hunger daily. SKYCTC faculty and staff as well as the culinary students prepared and served the food.
Jun
01
Enroll your child in Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College's Chef Camp 2015! June 1st - 5th at the College's Main Campus on Loop Drive in Bowling Green.  The camp is for children ages 8-12. Cost $150
Feb
25
Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) President Jay Box today announced Dr. Rhonda Tracy has been named KCTCS chancellor effective April 16.
Feb
12
Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College Culinary Arts student, Kelsea Leigh Wilson, was recently named the Kentucky Restaurant Association (KRA) Culinary Student of the Year at the eighth annual KRA Restaurateur’s Gala.
Feb
11
BOWLING GREEN, KY (WBKO) -- Two local business leaders will be inducted into Junior Achievement’s South Central Kentucky Business Hall of Fame on Friday, March 6 at 7:30 a.m. at a breakfast presented by BB&T at the Knicely Conference Center in Bowling Green. Jim Johnson and Mike Murphy were selected.
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 MEET BERTENA VARNEY
Bertena's last study was a master’s paper titled, “Search for the Lure of the Vampire.” This ultimately became the beginnings of her book. After graduation she continued to write and research on vampires until she developed her first book, Lure of the Vampire: A Pop Culture Reference Book. It has been published by two separate publishing houses and has won Amazon and Kindle Best Seller in the Reference and Pop Culture sections.