MCCC DREAM Program to Host
Mystery Theater Night Fundraiser May 16


Mercer County Community College will host an "Island Dreams Mystery Theater Night" to benefit its DREAM program for young adults with intellectual disabilities. The event takes place Friday, May 16 from 7 to 11 p.m.

Guests will enjoy dinner featuring Hawaiian specialties at the Conference Center at Mercer, located on the college's West Windsor campus, 1200 Old Trenton Road. Accompanying the dinner will be an interactive performance of "Aloha Means Goodbye…Forever," presented by Theater To Go, produced by R&R Productions. Coordinating the event are Joanie Applebaum, chair; Candace Toft, co-chair; and Arlene Stinson, program director.

The price is $75 per person, including dinner, show and donation to the DREAM program. Sponsorship opportunities at higher levels are welcome.ince the fall of 2006, MCCC's DREAM program - an acronym for "Developing Real Expectations for Achieving Mastery" - has provided young adults with disabilities a unique opportunity to learn new information, meet new friends, develop marketable skills, gain independence and learn more about themselves and the world. DREAM has also provided other Mercer students with valuable mentoring experience.

To purchase tickets or for sponsorship information, call (609) 570-3525.

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