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Hundreds Enjoy Dining Services’ Sumptuous Spread


Friends break bread, before breaking ranks for a holiday at home.
Friends break bread, before breaking ranks for a holiday at home.
Dining Services workers Sara B. Bernier (left) and Alanna J. Winner add their trademark smiles to customer service.
Dining Services workers Sara B. Bernier (left) and Alanna J. Winner add their trademark smiles to customer service.
Laura M. Machak, college transitions specialist, brings along some young muscle to cart the carryout.
Laura M. Machak, college transitions specialist, brings along some young muscle to cart the carryout.
Among the night's patrons are pre-nursing students Donna M. Rania (left), of Coal Township, and Megan E. Grinaway, of Shamokin.
Among the night’s patrons are pre-nursing students Donna M. Rania (left), of Coal Township, and Megan E. Grinaway, of Shamokin.

Nearly 400 students and employees were served at Dining Services’ fourth annual Thanksgiving Dinner, held Tuesday evening in the Keystone Dining Room. The family-friendly meal (available for dining in or takeout) included turkey, filling, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole and a dessert table.
Photos by Tia G. La, student photographer

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