Tubod, Lanao del Norte – MSU-Maigo School of Arts and Trade (MSAT), Mercy Junior College, and North Central Mindanao College (NCMC) were declared as the Top 3 culinary colleges during the recent Culinary Tourism Festival organized by the Provincial Tourism Office at world-class Mindanao Civic Center (MCC) Gym, Brgy. Sagadan, in capital town Tubod, this province.
In the table set-up contest, Mercy Junior College took first place and won P7,000 in cash prize, followed by MSU-MSAT with cash prize of P5,000. NCMC got third place with a cash prize of P3,000.
In the table skirting category, MSU-MSAT won first place with P7,000 cash prize. While Mercy Junior College and NCMC bagged the second and third place respectively.
In flower arrangement, MSU-MSAT again won the top spot and took home the P7,000 cash prize. Mercy Junior College won second place and NCMC took the third spot.
In the fruit & vegetable carving contest, it was NCMC who took first place with a cash prize of P2,000 while MSU-MSAT grabbed second place and the P1,500 cash prize. Mercy Junior College took third place and the P1,000 prize.
The recent Culinary Tourism Festival was topped by Mercy Junior College, followed by MSU-MSAT as the second top performing school and NCMC in third place. The top three schools won P7,000, P5,000 and P3,000 in cash prizes respectively.
The Culinary Tourism Festival is a province-wide annual competition organized by the Provincial Tourism Office headed by Ms. Minda Regis. LAR-PIO/LDN