Veterans Club Presence at LBCCS

The entrance to the Veterans Club, on Albany campus at LBCC.

The Veterans Club at LBCC is a place for members of all branches of the United States service to come together. Club President Isaac Schrader said “the club caters  to active duty, reserve, guard, and veterans of the Armed Forces. Our goal is to make a community that is inclusive for people who have served our great nation.” He led the group in placing American flags and Prisoner of War (POW) flags around the Albany campus for Veteran’s Day.

The Veteran’s Club aims to be a supportive group, and student and club member Marie Henderson said “she enjoys the group as it has gained her new veteran friends.” The group often meets at Pop’s Branding Iron for brunch where they discuss their future and activities.
Supporting the club is advisor Ken Dickerson-Self. Stop by room F-109 on the Albany campus and check out their Facebook page, or contact club Liaison Sandra Skinkle at for more information. The club is looking for new members to help shape it! If you need support right now, do not hesitate to reach out to the Veteran Crisis Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or text at 838255.

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