I worked day and night for three weeks straight getting things organized and planned for the dance. I wanted the dance to be perfect with no flaws. I had to first hold a huge fundraiser to raise money to fund the dance. I also put together several occasions where our club members could meet the mentally disabled people before the dance to get to know each other better. I coordinated multiple fundraisers around our community, such as the bake sale, garage sale, benefit concert, etc. Then I looked for a place to host the dance with a big enough space to hold approximately 300-400 people. Next, I had to book a DJ for the night, buy decorations to theme up the place. Then on the day off, I had several of my 200 club members come with me and set up the place. We had to cook snacks and bake the desserts and prepare fresh refreshments. After that, I just had fun with everyone, hoping to be the role model for others to not be afraid to mingle and get to know the developmentally disabled.