With a menu designed to provide a gourmet meal, the Willamette Culinary team will be seeking a third consecutive state championship Monday.
Two of the team members, Samantha Thompson and Makayla Schweitzer, represented WHS at the ProStart nationals last year. They are joined by Anthony Bondio, Charlise Stewart and Payton Glover.
The Culinary team has been practicing since October, making the Cheese and Herb Agnolotti, Seared Halibut and special dessert over and over.
The rules require them to cook the entire meal on two propane burners, using no electric-powered kitchen appliances, in one hour.
The state champions will advance to the national championships in Washington, D.C.
Currently the risk to the general public from the 2019 Novel (new) Coronavirus is very low. There are no diagnosed cases in Oregon.
Bethel School District always follows the recommendations provided by Lane County Public Health when addressing health-related matters.
Actualmente, el riesgo para el público en general del nuevo Coronavirus 2019 es muy bajo. No hay casos diagnosticados en Oregon.
El virus, también llamado COVID-19, está siendo monitoreado de cerca por las autoridades de salud en el condado de Lane, a nivel estatal, y por los CDC (Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades).
El Distrito Escolar de Bethel siempre sigue las recomendaciones proporcionadas por Lane County Public Health al abordar asuntos relacionados con la salud.
The annual Bethel Choir Celebration brought together more than 360 Bethel elementary, middle and high school students.
Under the guidance of guest Choir Director Dr. Beth Wheeler from the University of Oregon, the singers shared one combined song.
Willamette senior Elizabeth Ortiz has been named the Future First Citizen by the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce.
Along with being Wil-Hi’s senior class president, Elizabeth is a peer tutor, a PeaceHealth volunteer, the Head Coordinator of the Wolverine Pageant, the WHS student representative to the School Board, and is involved in a number of other groups, clubs and activities at school and in the community.
Arriving in the U.S. from Mexico 11 years ago, Elizabeth spoke no English. Now eloquently bi-lingual, her long-term goal is to become a neonatal surgeon.
The award, presented in front of hundreds of people at the Chamber’s 66th annual Celebration of Business, recognizes a local high school senior who has made notable contributions to our community.
Her selection as Future First Citizen is well-deserved. Elizabeth is an outstanding representative of Bethel and the City of Eugene.