So many numbers!! This week, we finalized our data results, which were in the form of a survey. The majority of the eleven people we surveyed said that they loved the flavor of the bars. Many people also liked our Cherry Blood Moon Bars more than our Banana Hurricane Bites. Eight people said they would eat our bars about a couple times a week, and three people said they would eat our bars daily. We received a unanimous vote of yes in response to the question, “Do you think your health, energy levels, and mood would benefit from this bar?” We also received a great deal of advice on how to improve our bars. We found it interesting that many of the Parkinson’s dancers thought that the Banana Hurricane Bites could use more sweetness, because we used lots of fruit, which has natural sugars. We decided to take their comments into consideration. For the Forum, we dipped our Banana Hurricane Bites in 70% dark chocolate to sweeten them up and add more antioxidants. We also got comments about the bars needing more moisture, which was an aspect we had not considered before then. We think we could have asked more specific questions to benefit our data collection, like how long the dancers have had Parkinson’s or how long they have been taking the dance class. We could have also given them a follow-up survey a few days later to see how the bars made them feel a while after eating them. During the Forum, we think we did a good job presenting ourselves and our project. Many people visited our table and took samples of our our bars. At the end, we only had a couple baggies left! People also took our recipes, which spread our impact to other Windward families. Multiple people came up to us and told us they had a family member with Parkinson’s as well. When presenting about Project Parkinson’s, we spoke about how we arrived at our problem, why our bars are beneficial to people with Parkinson’s, and what we did with these bars. We feel that our project was a success and we presented ourselves well during the Forum. Yay, team!