Friday Night's 5th Annual Farmers and Friends Benefit for Woodstown FFA Chapter

Woodstown FFA Alumni’s 5th Annual Community Night Out Benefit Photo Gallery

Photos from Friday night’s 5th Annual Community Night Out benefit by Woodstown FFA Alumni featuring “Farm to Fork” meal by E.M.S. Cafe. All food and ingredients supplied from local sources.

Woodstown FFA Alumni Logo

DARETOWN, NJ — The Woodstown FFA Alumni hosted its 5th annual Farm to Fork Diner and Community Night Out Benefit on Friday August 26th at the recently restored Elmer Grange Hall. The event featured a meal, live auction of gifts and prizes donated for the benefit event for Woodstown FFA, student accolades and experiences from the past year, and a live DJ. Catered by E.M.S. Cafe of Quinton, the meal featured ingredients from local sources in and around Salem County.

Farm to Fork Dinner Sponsors donated everything from the pig that was cooked to the drinks being served to each of the fresh ingredients used for the meal are below.

  • Amanda’s Bar None
  • Cassaday Farms
  • The Foote Family
  • Marino’s Farm
  • Niblock’s Pork Store
  • Burlington Beef
  • Dusty Lane Farms
  • Lightening 4
  • The Miller Family
  • Patten Farms

Food prepared and served by E.M.S. Cafe included:

  • Pig Roast,
  • BBQ Pulled Chicken,
  • Eggplant Parmesan,
  • Stuffed Peppers and more.


See photos from this past Friday’s Farmers and Friends Community Night Out Benefit and ‘Farm to Fork’ dinner below:


The Woodstown FFA Alumni hosts the 5th Annual Farmers & Friends Community Night Out featuring a “Farm to Fork” meal by E.M.S. Cafe in which the ingredients were supplied from local farms.

Woodstown FFA Alumni Logo

DARETOWN, NJ — The Woodstown FFA Alumni will host the 5th annual Community Night Out Benefit on Friday August 26 at 6:00 PM at the recently restored Elmer Grange Hall. The meal, which will be catered by E.M.S. Cafe of Quinton Twp., will feature food sourced from local farms. There will also be a live DJ, auction, cash bar, and more! Bring the family and/or your friends out for a great time and a great cause!

When:  Friday, August 26th 2016. Cocktail Hour Starting at 6pm, Dinner at 6:30 PM

Where:  The Elmer Grange Hall — 535 Daretown Rd, Elmer, NJ 08098 (Click here for the Google Maps Location).

To purchase tickets, sponsor a table or donate an auction item- please email or call 856-364-7040.

This annual event is held to raise financial support for the Woodstown FFA Chapter.  The proceeds generated from this event directly benefit the Woodstown FFA members through scholarship opportunities and assistance with career development and leadership events.

Some menu items by E.M.S. Cafe for the evening will include the following:

  • Pig Roast,
  • BBQ Pulled Chicken,
  • Eggplant Parmesan,
  • Stuffed Peppers and more.

All food items for the Farm to Fork meal will be sourced from local farmers and this year’s event is being catered by E.M.S. Cafe at the Elmer Grange.

E.M.S. Cafe logo which is located in Quinton Twp.

(Click on the above logo to visit the official website of E.M.S. Cafe!)


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