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SCCC/ATS Hosts “Souper” Bowl Event

KSCB News - February 3, 2016 8:02 am

Team members at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School put on their aprons and brought their best recipes to the second annual “Souper Bowl for Scholarships” event Monday.

With 15 soups and chili varieties to sample for a $5 donation earmarked to support scholarships, guests had a tough job deciding what they liked best. Luckily, three judges — Suzanne Campbell, Kathy Nance, and Dalibor Cohadarevic — took on the duties of choosing a winner. "All of the judges’ scores were very close – in fact, there was a two-way tie for first and a three-way tie for second in overall points,” said event organizer Charity Horinek, SCCC/ATS Associate Director of Institutional Advancement.

Entries were judged not against each other but on their own merits, in three categories: appearance, aroma, and taste. In case of a tie, the taste category was the tie-breaker.

The top five places went to: 1st – Michael Stitzer, Food Services, for his New England Clam Chowder. This entry got a perfect score in the taste category from all of the judges!

2nd – Lois Magner, President’s Office, for her Denver Green Chile

3rd – Wade Lyon, Student Life & Leadership, for his Spicy Chicken Soup

4th – Bert Luallen, Admissions, for his Chili

5th – Charity Horinek, Alumni/Development, for her Italian Sausage & Tomato Soup

 

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