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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
( March 18, 1997)
SDSM& T STUDENT ORGANIZES TRIP TO FRANCE FOR TWO LOCAL CHEFS
Florian “ Frenchy” Demoizet , a French student attending the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, recently organized a trip for two local chefs to his hometown area in France. Clark Braun, chef at the Alpine Inn in Hill City, and Kevin Beshara, chef at the Colonial House Restaurant in Rapid City, left Monday, March 17, for Givet, France. Braun and Beshara will spend two weeks in France working with French chefs, meeting local officials, and visiting scenic sites.
The itinerary for Braun and Beshara includes: meeting with the mayor of Givet, France; visiting Rethel and working with the French First Minister’s personal chef; touring the caves of Champagne; visiting the Meuse Valley and Dinant, Belgium; working with pastry maker Bouilleaux and making a high school presentation to Saint Remy ( sister high school to Rapid City Stevens High School); studying at the Culinary School in Bazeilles with nine great French chefs; visiting Sedan and working with Leterme, a French chef. Braun and Beshara will be joined by their wives midway through their visit. They are scheduled to return to Rapid City on March 31.
Demoizet was an exchange student two years ago at Deubrook High School in eastern South Dakota. After visiting the Black Hills, he fell in love with the area and decided to pursue his post- secondary education at SDSM& T. He currently is in his second year of studies at SDSM& T.
For additional information, contact Demoizet at 394- 2971.
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