The Middlesex County College annual holiday party included a food drive that collected boxes of food, which was donated to M.C.F.O.O.D.S. (Middlesex County Food Organization and Outreach Distribution Services). Members of the College community dropped off food as they entered the party. From left, Charlotte Quigley (Dayton), manager of Career Services; Jose Laureano (Piscataway), director of MCC’s Perth Amboy Center; Melissa Vogel (East Brunswick), assistant in the Career and Transfer Services Department; and Barbara Gillen (South Plainfield), registration services assistant.
Middlesex County College Collects Food at Holiday Drive
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