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KSU Bakery Science Club

Come to our weekly bake sale, every Wednesday from 3-5pm, on the first floor of Shellenberger Hall!

Bakery Science Club Officers

2018-2019 Bakery Science Club Officers

President - Emily Stangel
Vice President Georgeanna Stockemer
Production Manager - Shelby Ven John and Josi Johnson
Sales Manager - Janae Brown
Treasurer - Katelyn Lee
Secretary- Morgan Stonestreet
MarketingKacee Campbell
Ag Council RepresentativeSarah Maddock

 

Bakery Science Club email: bakeclub@ksu.edu
Phone Number:785-532-1783

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Meeting Dates/Times :

We meet every Tuesday from approximately 5:00-8:30pm to bake cookies, bread and our rotating specialty product. We provide supper around 6:30pm. 

Join the Club

Do you enjoy eating, baking, meeting new people and taking trips? Are you a student at KSU, graduate or undergraduate? Bake club may be the place for you! 

The Bakery Science Club bakes every Tuesday night and holds a sale every Wednesday afternoon from 3-5 pm. No baking experience required, we have members from a wide array of majors, who come to socialize and eat some cookies while we bake! Come check us out any Tuesday night during the school year in Shellenberger Hall. We start baking around 5:00 p.m. and will be in the lab until the last cookie is bagged (normally 8-8:30).  You’re free to come and go as you please. The club also provides dinner each night at 6:30pm. The Bakery lab is room 110 in Shellenberger Hall, which is just across the street from the Leadership Studies building. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to e-mail the club at bakeclub@ksu.edu or call our voicemail at 785-532-1783. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Club Activities

Bakery Science Club Sponsorship

We would like to recognize and extend our thanks to all of the generous sponsors who have donated equipment, ingredients, or time to help the club succeed. 

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