Here is your morning greeting for Feb. 20, 2012.
Today's Good Morning Saline greeting is from Dylan Jennings and Alexis Spatafore. They are Saline High School culinary arts students who will be among those preparing food for a special dinner-theater event Saturday. The Saline High School Drama Club presents Hello Dolly! Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Saturday's dinner theater begins at 6:30 p.m. A $25 ticket includes a New York-themed dinner provided by Jennings, Spatafore and the rest of the culinary arts students. Those guests will also receive preferred seating to the show. Hello Dolly! directed by Rebecca Groeb-Driskill, runs Feb. 24-26 at the Ellen A. Ewing Performing Arts Center at Saline High School. Show time Friday is 7:30 p.m. Show time Sunday is 2 p.m. Tickets are $10 or $7 for …
Students Juliana Viggiano, Ali Brennan, Kaitlyn Roakes, Alexis Crane and Kailey Kermath won the Oktoberfest chili-cookoff, with a little help from Fire Chief Craig Hoeft.
The Saline High School Culinary Arts Department and Saline Area Fire Department teamed up for the annual Oktoberfest chili cook-off Saturday in downtown Saline. Patrons paid $5 to sample the chili, which was made by culinary arts students at the high school. Members of the Saline Area Fire Department provided helpful hints to the students. The cook-off was judged by Saline Area School Schools Superintendent Scot Graden, Saline Middle School Principal David Raft, and local chili expert Dan Kolander, owner of Dan's Downtown Tavern. The contest was won by Juliana Viggiano, Ali Brennan, Kaitlyn Roakes, Alexis Crane and Kailey Kermath. Their team received assistance from Fire Chief Craig Hoeft.