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School District 166 culinary arts classroom ready for students

Officials who played a role in the creation of the new School District 166 culinary arts area got a look at the new space on Monday, October 22. 

Checking out the state-of-the-art kitchen and classroom were Representative Rob Ecklund, Iron Range Resources Commissioner Mark Phillips, Hibbing Community College Provost Mike Raich, Cook County Chamber Director Jim Boyd, Chamber Legislative Representative Judy Erickson, and a number of community members. 

Visitors were given a tour by Superintendent Bill Crandall, Facilities Manager Tom Nelson and ISD 166 Culinary Arts Instructor Jason Gesch. 

WTIP's Rhonda Silence visited with some of those in attendance after the tour. Here's that report.