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Parsippany's Liquid Church Hosting Special Needs Prom

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A Night to Shine Credits: Liquid Church
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PARSIPPANY, NJ -  Liquid Church is hosting New Jersey’s largest Night To Shine Prom, a free prom for teens and adults with Special Needs, on Friday, February 9th. New this year, Liquid Church is turning the special event into New Jersey’s largest Night To Shine prom, with over 500 special needs guests and over 1000 volunteers gathered at the church’s brand-new Broadcast Campus in Parsippany.

Check out video footage from the prom last year, and you'll see just how inspiring this event is.

During Night To Shine, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, they will roll out the red carpet (literally) for the special needs guests. They enjoy shoe shines, limo rides, flowers, photos, and of course... food and dancing. Also new in 2018, they will be hosting an All-Day Beauty Bar with free hair and makeup stations for guests and their caregivers to help them get prom-ready before the big event. The event ends when everyone is crowned either prom king or queen. This is an evening focused on honoring those with special needs, such as autism, aspergers, down syndrome, and cerebral palsy.

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