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Students in Carol Hencken's sixth-grade leadership and community service class at Genoa-Kingston Middle School recently had a visit from the owners of Latsis Bakery. John and Nichole Latsis explained their decision to move their baking business from their home in Sycamore to Genoa. Nichole talked about how her art classes in high school gave her the drive to take up cake decorating and the challenges of making new and innovative designs. John has always been interested in foods and honing his skills as a chef and a baker. Their business opened at 401 W. Main St. in May 2014. The students were treated to a sample of their cookie selection.
Students in Carol Hencken's sixth-grade leadership and community service class at Genoa-Kingston Middle School recently had a visit from the owners of Latsis Bakery. John and Nichole Latsis explained their decision to move their baking business from their home in Sycamore to Genoa. Nichole talked about how her art classes in high school gave her the drive to take up cake decorating and the challenges of making new and innovative designs. John has always been interested in foods and honing his skills as a chef and a baker. Their business opened at 401 W. Main St. in May 2014. The students were treated to a sample of their cookie selection.

Students in Carol Hencken's sixth-grade leadership and community service class at Genoa-Kingston Middle School recently had a visit from the owners of Latsis Bakery. John and Nichole Latsis explained their decision to move their baking business from their home in Sycamore to Genoa. Nichole talked about how her art classes in high school gave her the drive to take up cake decorating and the challenges of making new and innovative designs. John has always been interested in foods and honing his skills as a chef and a baker. Their business opened at 401 W. Main St. in May 2014. The students were treated to a sample of their cookie selection.

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