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.”