Care.Connection.Community with MartiAnn Schenck

Friday, Apr 3, 2020

MartiAnn Schenck, Front of House Wellness Manager at Butler/First, preps menu tags for dinner, November 2019.

MartiAnn Schenck, Front of House Wellness Manager at Butler/First, gets the servery and menu tags ready for dinner.
November 2019

As we go through these unprecedented times, we learn a new normal with each new day.  We are missing mealtimes together and special events, but we are gaining a new perspective on how much those moments mean to each of us. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to say a proper goodbye. I want everyone, especially the seniors, to know how much I enjoyed my time with you. I feel honored to work in a position that provides me the opportunity to know each of you on a personal level.

Thank you to all of the student workers who helped me start the care package program. When feeling isolated during these times, we remember programs like this that represent the closeness of the Princeton community.  We may be missing out on many of our annual events, but we can always foster the tradition of showing acts of kindness and being a strong community that pushes boundaries and stands together.

I am grateful to continue to serve you with the Campus Dining team during these challenging times. I look forward to seeing you all again.

-MartiAnn Schenck, Front of House Wellness Manager at Butler/First
 

MartiAnn Schenck, Front of House Wellness Manager at Butler/First, with Chef Christeen Griffiths and Chef Dan Maher, CEC, go over the menu and needed menu tags for dinner in the Butler/First servery.

Chef Christeen Griffiths, MartiAnn Schenck, Front of House Wellness Manager at Butler/First, and Chef Dan Maher, CEC, get the servery and menu tags ready for dinner.
November 2019

 


A message to our community

As we acclimate to the new ways on campus, I realize so much has changed in just a few days. Some of the things that gave me the most joy, such as meeting with our students, talking with you during special events, or meeting my colleagues can no longer happen in the same way, at least for the time being. Along with my team, I wanted to think of ways to keep our connections alive, continue to show our care, and engage with our community. That being said, we are starting a new series called, Care.Connection.Community through which we will share messages with you.

Stay healthy and be well,
Smitha
dining@princeton.edu