Dallas Pastry Arts Program at Grapevine ChocolateFest 2014

A six-person team from the Pastry Arts program at our Dallas Campus turned out 750 pieces of handmade chocolate for the ChocolateFest tenth annual charity event, which featured art exhibits, chocolate sampling, and children decorating chocolate with edible paints.

The two-day charity fundraiser benefitted the Travelers Aid organization of Dallas/Fort Worth and raised about $48,000 for the organization, which assists distressed travelers in the area and has helped stranded travelers during 9/11 and other disasters, including hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Ike. The organization also assists families, individuals, and members of the military who are in crisis or transition or are separated from their normal support systems.

Our Dallas Pastry Arts program was again proud to be part of this worthwhile charitable cause. You can read the rest of the story here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2014/04/07/5717950/chocolate-and-charity-a-sweet.html.

Filed in: Culinary Arts, Dallas, In the News, Pastry Arts Diploma

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