The second annual competition of trucks for culinary food from clay is scheduled for Wednesday at the school.

Oregon, Ohio – Clay High School students in Oregon are preparing for their second annual food truck competition on Wednesday.

Culinary arts students each create their own specialties and open a shop in the high school parking lot. Community members are invited to try the food.

This year’s food trucks are 419 Philly, Chow Down Ramen, Burrito Buggie and Let’s Taco Bout It. A truck from Whitmer High School will also take part in the competition.

Students compete for the People’s Choice Award and the Best Entrepreneur Award.

Food can be purchased in cash or on credit. All proceeds go to culinary arts programs.

Some of the students involved are planning to make a career in the culinary arts. Teachers of the department say that this event helps them get an idea of ​​what it is like to work in business.

The event takes place from 3:30 pm to 6 pm at Clay High School. Admission is free and open to all.

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