Staff Emeriti

Members Luncheon

Tue, 13 Aug 2019 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Join the fun and reconnect with other JMU staff emeriti at our monthly luncheon. In August we'll  have a tour and then dine at JMU’s D-Hall, which opened last August.
(NOTE: You’ll need your Emeritus parking pass, see info below if you need to obtain one.)

WHEN: Tuesday, Aug. 13, 10:45 a.m.

RSVP:  By Monday, August 12. Spouses & guests welcome too!

WHERE: JMU D-Hall

COST: $14.60 (payable with cash, American Express, VISA or Master Card credit/debit card or FLEX)

DETAILS: Meet in the first floor lobby of D-Hall near the clock tower (entrance faces northeast towards Madison Union) at 10:45 a.m. We’ll have a guided tour of D-Hall at 11 am, followed by an all-you-can-eat buffet luncheon (come hungry!). We hope to visit the Hall of Presidents –  it has a fabulous view you won’t want to miss!

PARKING: Mason Street Parking Deck, use Mason Street entrance (NOT MLK Avenue entrance)  Ample parking on levels 3 & 4.  Look for elevator to Mason Street; it’s located in the southeast corner of the parking deck.) It’s about a 10-minute walk to D-Hall.

IMPORTANT NOTE:  You will need to use your JMU Emeritus hang tag.  If you don't have one, you can obtain one by going to Parking Services in the Champions Drive Parking Deck; hours are 7 am-5 pm Monday thru Friday. Bring your vehicle registration with you.

HANDICAPPED PARKING:  Wilson Hall Parking Lot. If you plan to use this lot, please telephone Milla Sue Wisecarver of the SEA Steering Committee(540-434-1175) for explanation of D-Hall’s handicapped access entrance options.

More about the “new” D-Hall:

Key Concepts: Transformation Kitchens; Asian fare; custom personal pizza; grilled favorites; custom sandwiches; extensive salad bar; soup; True Balance; Worry-Free Zone, eliminating peanuts, tree nuts, and gluten (accessible via JACard); house-made desserts; liquid nitrogen ice cream.

Fun Fact: Our most recent addition, D-Hall is a testament to our goal of providing innovative experiences that enrich and nourish lives. Nothing embodies this more than the location's three Transformation Kitchens, each offering a revolving lineup of culinary trends, international flavors, and student favorites. They are sure to add diversity to an already-outstanding lineup and satisfy even the most adventurous of palates!
Here's a link to a 2-minute video by The Breeze on the new D-Hall.

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