In this week’s news round-up, Adventist Londyn Green makes it to the top five on Top Chef Junior, Pacific Union College and PUC Prep hosts tournament for Paradise Adventist Academy basketball teams, Andrews University graduate Anna Kim dies in vehicle collision, and two Adventist men charged with sexual assault of minors.
Adventist 12-year-old Earns Top-five Spot in Top Chef Junior Contest. Atlanta resident Londyn Green, now 12 years old, is in the top five in the contest for Top Chef Junior. As a Seventh-day Adventist, she does not eat shellfish or pork. If she cooks those types of dishes, she has others taste it. Her dad Byron Green, a recruiter, went to culinary school. He encouraged her love of cooking. She has already interned at Buckhead Life restaurants, especially Amelie’s French bakery. “I have the ability to make fusion dishes,” she said. “They’re very intricate and amazing!” She could win $50,000 if she makes it to the end. From AJC, “Reality show roundup: Atlantans on ‘Survivor,’ ‘****’s Kitchen,’ ‘Dancing With the Stars Juniors,’ ‘Top Chef Junior,’ ‘The Voice’.”
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Pacific Union College and PUC Prep Hosts Tournament for Paradise Adventist Academy Basketball Teams. Life stabilized a bit this weekend for the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams of Paradise Adventist Academy in California. Many PAA students lost their homes and in the recent past have had little stability in their lives. A majority are still living out of suitcases while crashing on a friend’s couch or staying in a hotel. PUC Prep, the K-12 school affiliated with Pacific Union College, volunteered to host the basketball tournament that would otherwise have been cancelled. Prep also donated all concessions back to Paradise and PAA. The PAA Cougars made the trip to the campus of Pacific Union College. “Us playing sports is like the one normal thing...
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