Penn State Campus Residential Dining Supports THON
Penn State Campus Residential Dining is gearing up for THON weekend, February 16-18. As students prep for the 46 hour weekend, Residential Dining will be prepping to keep the THON community happy and healthy.
Penn State Campus Residential Dining will be starting off their THON weekend contributions by providing 200 gallons of hot chocolate to students waiting to get into the Bryce Jordan Center on Friday from 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. There is also a “$7 Family Meal Deal” offered throughout the weekend to family members coming up for THON. Friday dinner through Sunday brunch families will pay just $7 for a meal.
There will be 600 meals given to the THON dancers during the weekend. Over 200 meal passes will be distributed to boost morale and help crowd control. Workers who are assisting with food distribution at various events THON weekend will be showing their support by wearing shirts, buttons and stickers.
As THON weekend comes to an end Penn State Campus Residential Dining will also be providing free dinners for dancers at all five dining commons Tuesday, February 20. Dancers will be asked to present their dancer number to receive their free meal.
From free food to memorabilia, Penn State Campus Residential Dining is enthusiastic about helping discover tomorrow’s wonder through supporting THON and their mission to find a cure for pediatric cancer, For the Kids.
Penn State Campus Residential Dining is committed to enriching students’ residential experience. With five dining halls on campus, and over 35 options of places to eat, Campus Dining works towards serving quality food and beverages at all times, with quick, friendly and responsive service. If you have more questions about Campus Dining or would like to apply for employment you can follow the link here, or contact Jim Meinecke, Associate Director at 814-863-1255 or [email protected]
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