By Samantha Messner
CCC Journalism Program

BLACKWOOD – “I get to meet new people, eat free food, and get my picture drawn by character drawers,” said Brionna Scotton, a sophomore at Camden County College.

On Dec. 8, Camden County College held its last luncheon for the fall semester. The luncheon was from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and gave students the opportunity to mingle with other students and even to get their portrait drawn by a character sketch artist.

The luncheon, one of many the college holds, was a way to thank students for a wonderful semester and to wish them luck in the spring semester, whether it’s at CCC or another college.

“She made me look like a princess,” said Quiana Thorton, after she got her picture drawn by the character sketch artist.

The sketch artist helped make the luncheon a hit.

After Thorton had got her portrait drawn, she went on to say, “Free meatballs, count me in.”

The food served at the luncheon were meatball sandwiches, salad, brownies and soda.

“The brownie practically melted in my mouth,” said Scotton.

Mihn Lahm reaches for a brownie at the luncheon. By Samantha Messner, CCC Journalism Program

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