Westchester Reform Temple will host a concert by the inspirational group FLAME on Wednesday, February 8 beginning at 7:00 pm. FLAME, a group from upstate New York, is made up of 10 people with developmental/physical disabilities, including autism, Down's syndrome, and blindness. Their song list contains over 100 classic hit rock, country and blues songs from the past five decades. This program is sponsored by Westchester Reform Temple and the Building Communities One Lecture at a Time Lecture Series, a synergistic offering to address special needs community in Westchester
FLAME, a band from Lexington Center, Fulton County Chapter, NYSARC, Inc., wants to change the world through music. They are a phenomenon that inspires people and changes the way the general public view people with disabilities. People of all ages and backgrounds connect with this special rock band, especially those who have a disability. They have captured the world's attention and have been featured in "People" magazine and ABC TV's "Good Morning America."