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More than 50 Black Hills State University students participated in the annual etiquette dinner recently held on campus. New to the dinner this year was a professional attire style show. Examples of professional business attire were modeled by with clothing courtesy of Kohl’s Department Store in Rapid City. Student models were (left to right): Joseph Herzog, senior mass communications major from Ismay, Mont.; Veronica Begeman, freshman communication arts major from Spearfish; Scott Luikart, junior speech communications major from Rapid City; Amanda Scott, senior music major from Custer; Newley Kartak, freshman communication arts major from Colome; Jamie Richey, junior business administration major from Colome; Jill Kary, junior business administration major from Powell, Wyo., Danielle Gomez, junior business administration major from Gillette, Wyo.; and Jennifer Hoscheid, junior business administration major from Pierre.
More than 50 Black Hills State University students participated in the annual etiquette dinner recently held on campus. New to the dinner this year was a professional attire style show. Examples of professional business attire were modeled by with clothing courtesy of Kohl’s Department Store in Rapid City. 

BHSU alumnae, Elaine Doll-Dunn, used humor and history to explain the rules of etiquette for each course as it was served. The dinner was also an opportunity for the students to meet with BHSU alumni and community professionals. Each table was hosted by an alum or a member of the professional community who facilitated conversation about the business world, shared their own career experiences, and guided students in use of proper etiquette.

The event was co-sponsored by the BHSU Student Ambassadors, Career Center, Student Senate and Alumni Association. The meal was catered by A’viands (BHSU Dining Services).