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first_img13 Focus On FlourLocation: CCFRA, Chipping CampdenContact, tel: 01386 84210413 Sugar Craft – Cake Decorators at WorkLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] – 23 The Essential Slattery Chocolate ExperienceLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] – 23 Sourdough for AllLocation: Bread Matters, CumbriaContact, tel: 01768 881899email: [email protected] Sugar Craft – Character ModellingLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] Feb – 1 March Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Exhibition 2007Location: NEC, BirminghamContact, tel: 020 8277 511227 February – 2 March Basic Principles of BakingLocation: CCFRA, Chipping CampdenContact, tel: 01386 84210428 Half Day Chocolate WorkshopLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] Annual Bakery Competitions – Sheffield College and Sheffield & Rotherham Craft BakersLocation: Sheffield CollegeContact, tel: 0114 2303346MARCH1 Chocolate Wedding and Celebration CakesLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] Half Day Chocolate WorkshopLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] Sugar Craft – Human Figure ModellingLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 76793037 – 8 Total Sandwich ShowLocation: Palais des Congrès de Paris, Porte Maillot, ParisContact, tel: 01707 36536410-11 Bread Matters FundamentalLocation: Bread Matters, CumbriaContact, tel: 01768 881899email: [email protected] Simple Cake Decorating SkillsLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] – 21 International Food & Drink Exhibition (IFE)Location: ExCel, LondonContact, tel: 020 7886 305418 – 21 Pro2Pac showLocation: ExCeL, Londonemail: [http://www.pro2pac.co.uk]20 – 21 Essential Skills For Working With ChocolateLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] Advanced Skills for Working with ChocolateLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] Easy to Make ChocolatesLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] Half Day Chocolate WorkshopLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] – 29 Sugar Craft – Advanced Human Figure ModellingLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] Half Day Children’s Easter Chocolate workshopLocation: The Slattery School of Excellence, ManchesterContact, tel: 0161 7679303email: [email protected] notify us of your event. Visit [http://www.bakeryinfo.co.uk]or e-mail [email protected]last_img read more

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Spirits high under Friday Night Lights

first_imgSenior athletes were celebrated earlier this month with an evening under the lights. (Photo by Jaime Lynn)FARMINGTON – It hasn’t been a typical season for Mt. Blue athletes, but morale has remained high according to Athletic Director Chad Brackett. Most teams have been running drills since June, making the most of the situation with face coverings and social distancing, so when a new type of program was announced for the fall, it was a welcomed idea.Regional School Unit 9 is the only district in the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference that decided against fall sports. Brackett said he and the coaches knew it was a possibility all along, and had come up with the idea of “Friday Night Lights” to maintain team unity.The boy’s soccer team, preparing for kickball. (Photo by Jaime Lynn)“It has allowed the kids to meet, exercise, and gain all of those social/emotional benefits that come with team sports, while adding a little bit of competition and fun,” Brackett said. “We really wanted to capture that environment of being under the lights, with music playing and your name being announced.”The weekly games included kick ball, capture the flag and a relay race, among others. Rules of play were adjusted to meet the health safety requirements caused by COVID-19, and the athletes were expected to wear double layered face masks and maintain social distancing. While the idea was discussed to create co-ed, mixed-sport teams, the goal of team unity overruled. As a result, football players had the chance to shoot a field hockey ball, and cheerleaders were able to punt a kickball. Tomorrow night, all of the athletes will participate in a dance off.Athletes warm up before playing a game of kick ball. (Photo by Jaime Lynn)“These kids were really grieving the loss of this season, and we tried to communicate that while we can’t replace a varsity football season, we can do something different and have fun,” Brackett said.The first annual “Cougar Cup” will be awarded at the end of the season. While Brackett said he hopes it’s the only Cougar Cup, the coaches have been talking about ways to continue the low key fun and exercise provided by the program.“It could turn something that has been really challenging into something positive,” Brackett said.Socially distant fans cheer on their classmates. (Photo by Jaime Lynn)Friday Night Lights brought Mt. Blue athletes together for low key competition- a game of kickball was among the events. (Photo by Jaime Lynn)Lacrosse, football, and field hockey players alike got the chance to play kickball against one another two weeks ago at Mt. Blue’s Friday Night Lights program. (Photo by Jaime Lynn)A game of kickball under the lights has helped to keep up morale. (Photo by Jaime Lynn)The first “Cougar Cup” will be awarded to the team who wins the most points. (Photo by Jaime Lynn)last_img read more

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