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Burlington County College delivers donations to Burlington County Animal Shelter

Several members of Burlington County College’s (BCC) Student Government Association (SGA) and college administrators including BCC Interim President Dr. David Spang, Vice President of Student Success Dr. Terrence Hardee, and Associate Dean of Student Activities Cathy Briggs, recently dropped off food, blankets, kitty litter, and flea and tick medications, among other items on the Burlington County Animal Shelter's wish list, to help the strays and abandoned pets at the shelter. 

BCC’s Office of Student Activities collected more than $1,200 worth of donations during the month-long 9th Annual Animal Shelter Drive.

“This year’s animal shelter drive was a great success and donations exceeded our expectations,” said Interim President Dr. David Spang. “Our students and staff are committed to helping the community and their generosity will support the shelter's efforts by providing much-needed supplies for the animals in the shelter until they can find their forever homes.” 

Pictured (left to right): Outgoing SGA Executive Vice President Nichole Barry, Outgoing SGA Vice President of Student Concerns Arturo Arriagada, Incoming SGA President Fay Schwartz, BCC Student Activities Specialist Adrianne Dahms, Incoming SGA Vice President of Communications Alice Nana, BCC Vice President of Student Success Dr. Terrence Hardee, Burlington County Animal Shelter Manager Jackie Dennis (holding Guppy the puppy who is available for adoption), BCC Interim President Dr. David Spang, BCC Acting Executive Assistant to the President/Director of Communications Greg Volpe, BCC Associate Dean of Student Activities Cathy Briggs, Outgoing SGA President Joseph Hyland, Outgoing SGA Vice President of Programming and Incoming SGA Vice President of Student Life Deniqua Owens, and Incoming SGA Executive Vice President Anne Walker. Photo by Traci Soto.







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