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Etiquette Dinner Resolves Students’ Fearful Query: ‘Which Fork Do I Use?’


Mentor Annmarie Phillips engages students as they unravel the mysteries of fine dining.
Mentor Annmarie Phillips engages students as they unravel the mysteries of fine dining.
Jason O. Latchford, an information technology: network specialist concentration major from Carlisle, was among the students sharing a table with Valerie L. Fessler, director of alumni relations/annual giving.
Jason O. Latchford, an information technology: network specialist concentration major from Carlisle, was among the students sharing a table with Valerie L. Fessler, director of alumni relations/annual giving.
The evening's mentors: From left, Daniel R. Bennett, Annmarie Phillips and George E. Logue III.
The evening’s mentors: From left, Daniel R. Bennett, Annmarie Phillips and George E. Logue III.
Confusing? Not for students attending the Etiquette Dinner?
Confusing? Not for students attending the Etiquette Dinner?
Students and their mentors gather at the rear of the restaurant.
Students and their mentors gather at the rear of the restaurant.

Students with crucial job interviews in their future got a delicious primer in civilized dining this week, as Le Jeune Chef Restaurant hosted another traditional and informative Etiquette Dinner. For less than $14, students were served an appetizer, entree and dessert – all the while being guided by restaurant staff and mentors. Offering encouragement at Tuesday’s event, the latest in a series of dinners sponsored by the Alumni Relations and Career Services offices, were Annmarie Phillips, a perennial supporter and member of the Penn College Foundation Board of Directors; George E. Logue III, a 2010 graduate in culinary arts and systems; and Daniel R. Bennett, the college’s manager of information technology security.
Photos by Whitnie-rae Mays, student photographer

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