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Christian Science Church Center
PROGRESS REPORT No. 35
A table with a view will be easy to find at the new Church Center cafeteria. In fact, the view may well vie with the food for first honors. And the food is expected to be of high quality.
From the fourth floor of the Colonnade Building, the dining area will overlook the sparkling reflecting pool, a dancing fountain, and a splash of green trees and bright flowers, all set off by the soft, warm red of the plaza. Rows of tables will extend along windows that reach nearly to the floor. For large groups the tables can be pushed together. On either side of the self-service cafeteria will be comfortable lounges for relaxing and reading and for special meetings.
Over 1200 employees will probably eat in the cafeteria every weekday. Seating plans call for 356 people at a sitting. A double serving line will offer entrees, vegetables, salads, sandwiches, soups, and desserts. A leading food service firm will be selected to provide tasty meals at a modest cost. A modern, all-electric kitchen is being designed with the assistance of a national restaurant consulting firm.
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