Princeton, NJ – April 24, 2010

This year marked the 40th anniversary of the founding of The Princeton Child Development Institute, “the first community-based program in the state (of NJ) that was specifically designed to provide intervention for children with autism.” Their mission is noble, they exist to “meet the education and treatment needs of children with autism, and to facilitate professional training and research on autism intervention” and they do an amazing job.

The 2010 Spring Sensations Gala was a wonderful event that not only raised significant funds for PCDI, but gave people a chance to take a look back at the last 40 years and celebrate the accomplishments of students and teachers alike. Nite-Time – New York City’s Premier Party Band! returned for a third year to help in the celebration. The people who work with PCDI give so much of themselves for this amazing cause. They work hard all year to raise money and awareness, so this event is definitely a party with a purpose. After the silent and live auctions were concluded, Nite-Time had the dance floor packed all night. One of the highlights was a rockin’ set of ’80’s tunes in the last hour that got all ages up and moving, including lead singer Amy Serrago’s rendition of Don’t Stop Believin’ which was a show stopper!

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