Columbia, S.C. (April 14, 2021) — Leeza’s Care Connection will be holding its third annual Senior Prom event at 7 p.m. on May 7 at Saluda Shoals Park. The event will provide much-needed relief from isolation and offer a means of connecting during the pandemic.
The drive-in themed event will allow attendees to enjoy music, trivia and entertainment from their cars while masked attendants serve classic drive-in food. The event will strictly adhere to recommended CDC safety guidelines.
“We are being responsive to what the world is going through and putting a focus on leading our community through this into a post-pandemic transition,” said Leeza Gibbons, Emmy Award winner and founder of Leeza’s Care Connection.
Marti Colucci, managing director of Leeza’s Care Connection, added, “Senior Prom allows us to celebrate our promise at Leeza’s Care Connection, to be a place for caregivers to learn the importance of holding onto yourself while caring for those you love.”
At the event, attendees will have the option to purchase raffle tickets for the chance to win themed gift baskets. Food vendors include Chick-fil-A and Sonic. Virtual attendees will receive a Zoom link where there will be video footage of the movie screen, crowd footage and onstage happenings.
Costs for the event is $50 per car (up to four people) or $20 for a virtual ticket.
Tickets and additional information about Leeza’s Care Connection are available at https://leezasdare2care.wixsite.com/seniorprom
About Leeza’s Care Connection:
Leeza Gibbons founded Leeza’s Care Connection in 2003. Gibbons started the organization after her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. With locations throughout South Carolina and California, caregivers are able to seek support, ask questions, find resources, and connect with other caregivers. All services are free. Leeza’s Care Connection is the signature program of the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation. For more information please visit www.leezascareconnection.org.
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