Disco certainly won’t be dead at PrimeLife Enrichment’s annual Life’s a Journey fundraiser.
DISCO Déjà Vu is set for 7 p.m. April 30 at Lucas Oil Estate’s West Pavilion, 11453 Ditch Rd., Carmel.
The first gala fundraiser was in 1996 born out of necessity, said Cindy Schembre, assistant director of Carmel-based PrimeLife Enrichment.
“Senior population in Hamilton County was growing rapidly. We needed the funding to continue to meet the needs,” Schembre said. “It is well established that nonclinical/medical factors like exercise, good nutrition, positive relationships and feelings of independence, the so-called social determinants of health, significantly impact our health and vitality as we age. At PrimeLife, we focus on those social determinants of health through our fitness, socialization, meal and transportation programs to help Hamilton County seniors live their healthiest and happiest lives. Support from the community is critical to our ability to continue with that mission.”
PrimeLife Enrichment will celebrate the 2021 Heroes of Hope honoree, the Carmel Fire Dept., along with responding to life-threatening emergencies at the center, providing emergency equipment and staff training. CFD often shares lunch with PrimeLife members.
There will be hors d’oeuvres, dinner and a silent and live auction. The event will also include games, a raffle and a wine pull. Music will be performed by Jayne Band and Pink Martinis. Attire is cocktail or disco. For more, visit primelifeenrichment.org.