Sold out. It’s a true sign of success, but unwelcome words to those who came hungry and without tickets!
Horlick High School held its Second Annual Food Truck Festival this month. It was put on by businesses and culinary students in the prostart and entrepreneurship classes offered at the high school. The dishes ranged from sweet, like Twix Milkshakes and Mangonadas, to savory, like the Korean Corndogs and Russian Dumplings.
The event was only open to students and staff during the lunch hour blocks, but the hope is to grow the event next year.