The East Meadow School District hosted its fourth annual Zumba for Autism event on April 8 at W.T. Clarke High School. The effort was a great success, raising $2,584 to support students at the Developmental Disabilities Institute.
Organized by the East Meadow SEPTA and the Clarke Connections Club, community members filled the W.T. Clarke gymnasium for a night of Zumba dancing and raffle donations.
“Thanks to everyone who came out to support our fourth annual Zumba for Autism fundraiser,” said Bowling Green Elementary School psychologist Dr. Robert Mueller. “East Meadow SEPTA and students from the Clarke Connections Club did a great job organizing donations, setting up and dancing! Thanks for a great evening and for raising autism awareness.”
- East Meadow community members gathered at W.T. Clarke High School on April 8 for the Fourth Annual Zumba for Autism event.
- The East Meadow School District’s fourth annual Zumba for Autism event raised $2,584 on April 8 at W.T. Clarke High School.
Photos courtesy of the East Meadow School District