Staff in the Student Success and Leadership Centre are extra-excited about their departmental holiday luncheon this year, says secretary Shelby Marchand, knowing that it will benefit student participants in the 2018 Alternative Spring Break program.
“We get to enjoy a festive meal together and know that we’re helping them raise funds for their Reading Week activities,” Marchand says. “It seemed like a real win-win to us.”
About two dozen volunteers have partnered with Catering Services to deliver to any campus office a fresh, hot lunch on Tuesday, December 12. Each meal costs only $12 + tax, with half the proceeds going to the ASB program.
Menu options are:
- Turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, and corn;
- Quarter barbecued chicken with mashed potatoes, and corn;
- Quarter honey-garlic chicken with mashed potatoes, and corn; or
- Veggie jambalaya on rice, which is vegan and gluten-free.
Marchand’s department has blocked noon-hour in its Dillon Hall office for a collegial luncheon.
“We are getting together to celebrate the season, and contributing to a student cause,” she says. “It’s a perfect match for our mission in support of experiential education.”
To have lunch delivered to your office on December 12, place your order on the ASB website no later than Wednesday, December 6.