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‘Women can make things happen’

The Centennial brings contemporary flare to Jefferson

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Sara Ostrander discovered her love for cooking in high school when she got involved with the Ram Restaurant, a student-run restaurant which serves the public.

“I just loved what I was doing,” Ostrander said of her food classes. “I always loved to bake for 4-H and at home and everything.”

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The staff of the Centennial. From left to right, Ella Ostrander, Analyn Baugh, Renae Baugh, Ava Kegley, Sara Ostrander and Aryanna Rank. Other staff not pictured include Miranda Cook and Carter Pedderson.

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A piece of oreo cheesecake baked by Sara Ostrander, the restaurateur for the Centennial. Since she was teenager, Ostrander said she loved to bake, whether it was for 4-H or at home.

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