LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—The Fisher Fellows Life Skills Program in conjunction with the UALR Athletic Department held the first annual Senior Etiquette Dinner Wednesday, April 8 at the Chenal Country Club in the St. Andrews Ballroom. All seniors graduating attended the dinner.
The dinner was designed to prepare the seniors in dining etiquette and thank you note writing for their future endeavors. The dining etiquette also prepared the seniors for the Trojan Scholarship Society Senior Student-Athlete Appreciation Dinner to be held the following Wednesday.
All seniors in attendance received a folder upon arrival that included dinning etiquette and thank you note tips.
Director of Athletics Chris Peterson opened the dinner followed by Senior Woman Administrator Andrea Nunez who informed the seniors about the upcoming dinner next week.
The first feature speaker of the evening was Wes Hardin, Director of Food and Beverage of Chenal Country Club. Hardin gave an etiquette class to the seniors informing them of all the proper dinning etiquette tips.
The second feature speaker was Tracy Peterson, teacher at Pulaski Academy and wife of Chris Peterson, who informed the seniors of proper thank you note writing.
After Peterson concluded the information portion of the evening, everybody in attendance enjoyed a meal to test their etiquette knowledge.