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KADEP is a life-affirming day program for people with multiple sclerosis (MS), brain injury, and other acquired neurological conditions. Our mission is to promote the functioning, wellness, independence and life enjoyment of younger adults, ages 18 and up, with neurological challenges.

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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Prom Recap

KADEP's first ever PROM was so much fun!

WOW-  We have so many people to thank for making this event one to remember!

Thank you to:

Mary Lou and Barbara for donating the beautiful Prom dresses and Suit coats for all KADEP participants and staff.  Special Thank you to Liz and Sylvia for coordinating with these women!

Carpet Representatives donated our "red carpet"

Balloons from Party City

Nature's Pallet donated beautiful floral centerpieces

Becky from Mountain Pine Floral donated gorgeous flowers so clients and staff could make boutonnieres and corsages the morning of the prom.

Barnes & Noble donated door prizes

Double Tree donated cookies and treats

We had over 20 women from Paul Mitchell School and Heritage College help with hair, nails and make up the morning of the Prom

Our wonderful DJ, Matt, donated his time and equipment usage as we rocked the KADEP gymnasium dancing the afternoon away.

Staples has donated printing supplies so we can print pictures and put them into the frames that we made the day of prom.

As you can tell, there are SO many people that made this event possible.  And all of them said they are looking forward to it again next year!  KADEP interns Caitlin and Lydia did an amazing job of coordinating this event and making these community contacts.  What a blast! 

Lastly, Congrats to KADEP participants, Matt and Crystal, who were voted Prom King and Queen.  And to KADEP staff members,  Beth and TC, who were voted Prom King and Queen for staff. 

We are looking forward to next year!

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