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JCJC will soon start a Culinary Arts Program

ELLISVILLE, MS (WDAM) -

Jones County Junior College unveiled its soon to come Culinary Arts program Tuesday.

The students of the Food Service Program serviced members of the media to a three course meal during a appreciation luncheon. The Culinary Arts Program has been in the works for years and school officials say the time is now to go forth.

The program will start this coming August.

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