The sound of soft music filled our ears as we watched the Parkinson’s dancers move in synchronization. We sat at our blue table, our nutritional bars displayed in front of us along with the recipes and surveys. As we waited for them to finish up their class, we joined in and showed off our moves. We all circled up and did quick dance solos, which made us feel like we were part of this amazing community. When the class ended, many of the dancers went straight to our table. They asked us questions like, “How is this specifically beneficial to people with Parkinson’s?” We interacted and answered each and every inquiry. They all filled out the surveys, which is our data portion of the poster. The Cherry Blood Moon Bar had more support than the Banana Hurricane Bites. However, most of the feedback on our surveys was positive. Once everyone talked with us and ate each bar, they slowly trickled out of the dance studio, leaving us to clean up. We all were very excited that everything had gone so well. Of course, we had our bumps, like when the dance teacher forgot that we were coming, but each bump we overcame with a positive attitude. Now we are figuring out which parts of the survey we are putting in our data tables on the poster. We are also configuring our poster layout and text. Lastly, we are meeting again over the weekend to make more bars and bites for the Forum, as well as finish up any last details we may have forgotten. Overall, the moral of our group is high because of our solution success!