Stockton PFA hits a homecoming home run

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Stockton Parent and Family Association student coordinator Tony Petruzzella of Little Ferry sets up a table with auction items and gifts.

GALLOWAY – Homecoming weekend drew a large, diverse crowd to Richard Stockton College Thursday-Sunday, Sept. 4-7.

More than 500 members of the Parent and Family Association participated, according to student coordinator Tony Petruzzella of Little Ferry who lives on campus.

“We have 1,800 members,” Petruzzella said. “There are 1,100 new members this year. It’s a three-year organization.”

PFA events draw from about 2,500 people, he said, including former members who live in the South Jersey area.

Homecoming and siblings weekends in the fall and spring are the association’s biggest events, Petruzzella said.

On Saturday, the PFA signed up new members and conducted prize drawings for adults and children, Petruzzella said.

And you can’t beat the price of membership.

It’s free.

Family members crowd into the Campus Center Saturday, Oct. 6 during Richard Stockton College homecoming weekend.

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