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Dining Services Brings Touch of Bavaria to Billtown

A beautifully adorned table bids "Willkommen" to CC Commons.
A beautifully adorned table bids “Willkommen” to CC Commons.
Among those raising "A Toast" – and his country's tricolor flag – is Devyn T. Tucker, a web and interactive media student from Heidelberg, Germany.
Among those raising “A Toast” – and his country’s tricolor flag – is Devyn T. Tucker, a web and interactive media student from Heidelberg, Germany.
Donning lederhosen, a dirndl and other apt attire are (from left) Dining Services' Christopher R. Grove, manager; Kathleen A. Pfirman, catering attendant; and Jonathan T. Hall, assistant manager.
Donning lederhosen, a dirndl and other apt attire are (from left) Dining Services’ Christopher R. Grove, manager; Kathleen A. Pfirman, catering attendant; and Jonathan T. Hall, assistant manager.
Zachary R. Althouse, of Womelsdorf, enrolled in electronics and computer engineering technology: robotics and automation emphasis, dons a prop pair of sudsy specs.
Zachary R. Althouse, of Womelsdorf, enrolled in electronics and computer engineering technology: robotics and automation emphasis, dons a prop pair of sudsy specs.
Sharing in the festivities are (clockwise from left) Mandy M. Myers, an applied human services student from Duke Center; and Andrew P. Brown, of Shermans Dale; and John M. Myers, of Duke Center, both majoring in information technology sciences-gaming and simulation.
Sharing in the festivities are (clockwise from left) Mandy M. Myers, an applied human services student from Duke Center; and Andrew P. Brown, of Shermans Dale; and John M. Myers, of Duke Center, both majoring in information technology sciences-gaming and simulation.

Dining Services recently hosted an Oktoberfest in the Bush Campus Center, a cultural celebration that included food a-plenty (cheddar ale soup, bratwurst, pretzels, spätzle, sauerkraut and German chocolate cake were among the hearty offerings) and a nonalcoholic Biergarten on the patio.
Photos by Grace F. Clark, student photographer