Tri-Tech Skills Center culinary arts students Hannah Beebe, left, a Southridge High School senior, and Kelli Boyce, a Riverview High School junior, work on carving melons Friday during a visit from chef Ray Duey at the school in Kennewick. Duey, who has appeared on TV shows and at the White House, taught 45 students how to carve fruit and vegetables into colorful centerpieces. See a video at tricityherald.com/video
Tri-Tech Skills Center culinary arts students Hannah Beebe, left, a Southridge High School senior, and Kelli Boyce, a Riverview High School junior, work on carving melons Friday during a visit from chef Ray Duey at the school in Kennewick. Duey, who has appeared on TV shows and at the White House, taught 45 students how to carve fruit and vegetables into colorful centerpieces. See a video at tricityherald.com/video Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Tri-Tech Skills Center culinary arts students Hannah Beebe, left, a Southridge High School senior, and Kelli Boyce, a Riverview High School junior, work on carving melons Friday during a visit from chef Ray Duey at the school in Kennewick. Duey, who has appeared on TV shows and at the White House, taught 45 students how to carve fruit and vegetables into colorful centerpieces. See a video at tricityherald.com/video Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Tri-Tech students learn art of fruit and vegetable carving

October 07, 2016 5:41 PM

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