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Posted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013
Media Contact: Dave Costello, 815-921-4516For the last 5 years, RVC faculty member Dr. Robert Schilf has organized Valentines for the Vets. Students from his Psychology classes at RVC this semester brought in over 3,000 Valentine's Day cards. Each student brought in a pack of 30 or more cards, each with a hand-written note to a soldier. The cards were delivered on Monday (2/11) to Sgt. First Class Snow and Sgt. Robidoux from the local U.S. Army Recruiting Station and will be sent to soldiers serving overseas. RVC student Annie Cox helped Dr. Schilf collect, sort, and organize the project.
Pictured left to right: RVC student Annie Cox, Sergeant Robidoux, Sergeant First Class Snow, Dr. Robert Schilf (RVC faculty).