Lunch with a Vet raises money for organization at Rowan College of South Jersey

More than $300 was raised during the college's summer cookout.

Rowan College of South Jersey’s “Lunch with a Vet” raised more than $300 for the Student Veterans Association. Pictured (left to right) are vet chefs SVA President Bryan Baldwin, RCSJ team coordinator Terri Germano, SVA officer and Deptford Township police officer Danielle Emmons, Rowan College alumnus and past SVA President Nicholas Smith, SVA officer Laura Easter and RCSJ Director of Student Affairs and Military Services John Ryder.

Rowan College of South Jersey’s “Lunch with a Vet” was a sizzling success on Tuesday, Aug. 13, when hot dogs and hamburgers cooked on the grill were served with conversation and camaraderie.

More than $300 was raised during the summer cookout, in addition to a generous $500 scholarship donated to assist military students. The event, held to raise funds for the Student Veterans Association, was the first of many activities planned to support the approximately 150 veterans taking courses on the RCSJ Gloucester campus. The next SVA fundraiser is slated for Tuesday, Sept. 24, at the Texas Roadhouse in Turnersville.

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For more information about RCSJ military education and veteran services, visit or call (856) 464-5239.




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