Park Place Outreach Celebrates Mardi Gras
Park Place Outreach is proud to share that we have a lot to celebrate! For Mardi Gras this week, our F.A.M. kids celebrated with a king cake. For those who are unfamiliar with the tradition, a king cake is a cake eaten during Mardi Gras. A miniature baby Jesus is hidden somewhere in the cake and whoever gets that slice of cake is said to have good luck!
The F.A.M. participant who got the lucky slice has a lot to celebrate. When he joined our F.A.M. program in December 2021, he was failing all of his classes at CAN Academy. With F.A.M.’s tutorial and life skills groups, he now is passing all of his classes and having better social interactions here at Park Place and at school. With the support of Park Place and the king cake luck on his side, we’re sure he’s going to have even more to celebrate soon!
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