IRC Brings the Spirit of Aloha to San Bernardino
Inland Empire non-profit hosts more than 500 guests at luau-themed fundraiser!
San Bernardino, Ca – It’s that time of year again! Non-profit organization Inland Regional Center (IRC) welcomes its clients, families, and staff to don their best luau attire for IRC CAC Presents: Aloha! This event is a fundraiser for the IRC Consumer Advisory Committee (CAC). The IRC CAC is a social and advocacy program for teens and adults with developmental disabilities in the Inland Empire. Aloha is a family-friendly environment filled with Hawaiian-themed fun, entertainment, and more. The money raised will help the IRC CAC put on fun and important trainings and events for people with developmental disabilities!
- Remarks by Assemblymember James C. Ramos, representing the 40th Assembly District of California and Assemblymember Eloise Gomez Reyes, representing District 47.
- A Hawaiian dance performance featuring the Aloha Islanders.
- Luau-themed games and activities: limbo, BINGO, hula hooping, and more.
- Guests dressed in their best luau outfits: Hawaiian shirts, grass skirts, and flower leis galore.
- Activity stations: face painting, a photo booth, and building your own suncatcher, just to name a few.
WHEN: Friday, June 21, 2019 form 5-8 p.m.
WHERE: Club Center Events
217 E Club Center Drive, Suite C
San Bernardino, CA 92408
About Inland Regional Center
Inland Regional Center is a springboard to greater independence for people with developmental disabilities in the Inland Empire. As a non-profit agency IRC has provided support to people with intellectual disabilities, autism, cerebral palsy, and epilepsy since 1972. Today IRC provides case management and service coordination for more than 37,000 Consumers in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. To learn more, visit inlandrc.org.