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GW students appear on Food Network

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Four George Washington High School students were featured on the Food Network last night.  The students, who are in the Guam Community College's ProStart Program, were featured in Guy Fieri's "Top of the Class" special. 

Ria Aquinde, Rendel Carolino, Christine Cruz, and Brandon Sapp, led by instructor Frank Evangelista, placed 4th out of 38 teams in the competition. The program will re-air for those Guam residents who missed it at 3:30 this afternoon on MCV Channel 52 or Channel 154 on GTA TeleGuam GUdTV.

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