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Lyon's temporary dining hall opens

Lyon's temporary dining hall opens

BATESVILLE, Ark. — Lyon College’s new temporary dining facility is open for business.

The dining hall is currently feeding students on campus for Upward Bound Math-Science, APPLE and sports camps. Students at Lyon June 3 for Student Orientation Advising and Registration (SOAR) ate lunch in the renovated facility.

The dining hall is located in the former Scottish Heritage building. After the Oct. 26, 2010 Edwards Commons fire, a temporary dining hall was created in the Small Gym of Becknell Gymnasium.

The new dining hall seats approximately 270 people.

A kitchen is also being built in part of the building. That project is expected to be complete in August. Dining services workers are currently using a mobile kitchen near the new dining hall to prepare food.

The temporary dining hall will be used until a new student center with dining hall can be built.

Dine to end domestic violence

Dine to end domestic violence

BATESVILLE, Ark. – Family Violence Prevention’s Second Annual “Silent No More: Dine to End Domestic Violence” even will be held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Batesville at 6 p.m.

Seven super foods we seldom eat

Seven super foods we seldom eat

Tired of eating the same stuff over and over? Consider adding these nutritious, delicious choices to your dining repertoire.

Calling all karaoke superstars

Calling all karaoke superstars

There will be karaoke with deejay Frank Narramore from 6 - 8 p.m. at Cinnamon Stick in downtown Batesville.

Food festival serves up good eats

Food festival serves up good eats

BATESVILLE, Ark. - UACCB invites you to attend The Community International Festival at Eagle Mountain School. There will be fun and games for the children and a parade led by the Lyon Pipe Band. Other entertainment includes: Chanting, Black Hat Dance, and Drepung Loseling Mystical Arts of Tibet by monks from Tibet; Hispanic Music by Joel Mendez; International Songs by Eagle Mountain Student Choir; Jappance Folk Dance: Naruko, Oh! Enka, Tokyo Ondo by the Lyon College Japanese Program; and International Dance by the Eagle Mountain Student Dancers.

5:30 p.m. Doors open.
6:00 Potluck Meal.
7:00 p.m. Dance and music program.

Admission is free! just bring a prepared dish from your native country to serve 12.