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Fun, Information Mix at Pre-Spring Break ‘Happy Hour’


Robert L. Robinson III shares a smile  and his nonalcoholic wares  with judges Shelley L. Moore, assistant director of career services, and Chef Charles Niedermyer III, instructor of baking and pastry arts/culinary arts. Rachel M. Emmons pours a 'mock-tail' for a guest Student Christopher M. Shaffer greets patrons Ponnie M. Marcus (left) and Anika A. StewartIn a festively decorated Penn’s Inn, a number of Penn College offices hosted a Tuesday “Happy Hour” gatheringto encourage students to make wise, safe decisions during their imminent Spring Break. Useful information was available about alcohol, safe sex, highway safety, judicious sun exposure and other considerations for students embarking on midsemester getaways. The evening included a “mock-tail” competition among School of Hospitality students, who served up a tasty variety of nonalcoholic treats. Winners were: Michelle D. Mierwald and Darnell R. Bungy, first prize; Ponnie M. Marcus and Anika A. Stewart, second; and Melissa M. Balduino and Ashley N. King, third. Photos by Michael S. Fischer, student photographer

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