The Moraine Park Foundation rolled out the red carpet for this year’s Gourmet Dinner last Friday (April 29) at our Fond du Lac campus. The theme “Bright Lights, Hollywood Nights” combined the nostalgia of 1950s fare with the ambiance of old Hollywood. Guests of the event, presented by the Moraine Park Culinary Arts program, enjoyed a six-course meal consisting of popular continental menu items from the ’50s with a little twist.
Here’s a fun, behind-the-scenes look into the kitchen that night. Remember, it’s all in the hi…. wrists …
Our annual gourmet dinner benefits the Moraine Park Foundation’s general scholarship fund and the student emergency fund. To find out more about the Moraine Park Foundation’s mission, click here.
Nine MPTC Health Program students and two instructors participated in a service learning medical trip to Jamaica over spring break, from March 19-26. Our time was spent in the poorest area of the island, Hagley Gap, where we performed home visits to the rural mountains, visited a school, and helped in the local clinic.
Moraine Park Technical College hosted its second-annual High School Welding Competition on Tuesday, May 3 at its Beaver Dam campus. Check out all some awesome pics from the event below. High school students from Horicon and West Bend took part, with students working in our lab to put the parts together and weld them in a timed, competitive environment.