Dances are a rite of passage that all teens enjoy.
Dances are a rite of passage that all teens enjoy. On June 3, from 7-10 at Shenorock Shore Club, middle schoolers in grades 7-8 will have the chance to get up and dance, while helping the Carver Center of Port Chester. The annual dance is a much- anticipated social event organized by local mothers in an effort to encourage philanthropy among young teens.
Veronica Iuliano, a member of the Carver board and the dance committee, says, “Middle school is a time when kids are looking for fun social activities that they can share with their friends. The dance for Carver is a great way to combine fun with philanthropy. Giving is inherent in young teens, and we want to do all we can to nurture that spirit.”
Proceeds generated from the dance are used to support Carver’s mission to build brighter futures for underserved youth and families in Port Chester. For tickets and more information, call or email Joanna Kunicki, Development Associate at 305-6014 or Jkunicki@carvercenter.org.