BPC Dining Wins Top Chef Award
By Ashley Marsteller
BPC Staff Writer
MOUNT VERNON—BPC Dining/Aramark Food Services entered the 2nd Annual Top Chef Competition for Robert Toombs Christian Academy on Thursday, March 29, and took home the award for Best Cooking Overall. Over 200 hungry guests attended the competition held at Hawk’s Point in Vidalia. The event, an annual auction that is free to the public, features eclectic dishes from several local businesses and three local judges. This year’s talented competing chefs were from Elements Bistro and Grill of Lyons, Tummy Treasures of Vidalia, 201 Café of Vidalia, Talons Grill of Vidalia, and Silverwares BBQ of Lyons. The winning foods were a creamy chicken pasta dish served with honey-mustard pork loins and chicken salad flatbread.
The BPC Dining/Aramark team comprised the combined services and expertise of the following ladies: Grace Richards, Joanne Stewart, Maria Cruz, Enida Sanchez, Jan Owens, Evon Rodrigues, Rachel South, Kathryn Coleman, and Irene Cruz.
“Everyone did a fabulous job,” commented Director of Aramark Services Ruth Underwood. “These ladies are dedicated and take so much pride in providing good service. I couldn’t be prouder of them.”
In addition to this auspicious achievement, BPC’s Dining and Aramark Food Services have been privileged to cater for various other events, including Dancing with the Stars, Montgomery County Elementary Schools, and various local weddings, each resulting in huge success.
The mission of Brewton-Parker College, a Georgia Baptist college, is to develop the whole student through the application of Biblically-centered truth to a liberal arts curriculum in a community of shared Christian values.