LDS Church Offices Go All-Out For Star Wars Day

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Marian Spencer poses with a stormtrooper in the Church Office Building cafeteria on Star Wars Day.
Marian Spencer poses with a stormtrooper in the Church Office Building cafeteria on Star Wars Day.

The Church offices celebrated Star Wars Day with Star Wars-themed food, trash cans, and even a stormtrooper at the Church Office Building cafeteria on Thursday, May 4.

Some of the food offerings included Admiral Tarkin’s Tea Sandwiches, Han’s Burgers, Seven Leia Dip, Tuskan Raider Taters, Bantha Strips, Darth Vader Sabers, and Obi Wan Kabobies.

The Church Office Building cafeteria offered "Darth Maul Delights" and "Admiral Tarkin's Tea Sandwiches" on Star Wars Day, Thursday, May 4, 2017.
The Church Office Building cafeteria offered “Darth Maul Delights” and “Admiral Tarkin’s Tea Sandwiches” on Star Wars Day, Thursday, May 4, 2017.
The Church Office Building cafeteria offered Star Wars-themed food, including "Dagobah Salad," on Star Wars Day, Thursday, May 4, 2017.
The Church Office Building cafeteria offered Star Wars-themed food, including “Dagobah Salad,” on Star Wars Day, Thursday, May 4, 2017.

May the Fourth has been recognized as Star Wars Day because of its similarity to a famous Star Wars quote (“May the force be with you”).

A trash can decorated to look like C3PO.
A C3PO-decorated trash can was just one way Church Office Building employees celebrated Star Wars Day.

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