Prior Lemonade Living dance in 2017. Courtesy photo
LEMONADE LIVING NEWS
New this year, Lemonade Living is hosting Shining Star fall dinner and dance 5 to 9 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 5 in Los Alamos for people ages 15 and older with developmental disabilities and special needs. The dinner and dance is being offered in response to enthusiasm for the spring prom first held in 2017 and requests for additional activities.
“It is very exciting to be able to offer another fun activity for our community members with developmental disabilities and special needs. We are very grateful for all the generous donations and invaluable volunteers who make the dance a joy-filled and memorable event for our special needs community,” Lemonade Living Founder and President Melissa Arias said.
Lemonade Living is still accepting donations for the dance and their Farm to Kitchen Jobs Training program operating at Rose Chocolatier in partnership with Los Alamos Public Schools and New Mexico Workforce Connections. Donations can be made online at Lemonadeliving.org/donations or at Rose Chocolatier, 149 Central Park Square in Los Alamos. For additional dance information, call 505-500-5281 or visit Lemonadeliving.org/events.
Lemonade Living strives to make life sweet. It is a lifestyle healing organization whose mission is to enrich and empower the lives of young adults with developmental disabilities or special needs. Lemonade Living believes comprehensive care, offering a full spectrum of services, is vital to achieving lifelong happiness for their special families of Los Alamos.