While many people may dream of doing something as extraordinary as singing the National Anthem at a major sports event, it’s become tradition for AHRC resident, Adam Levine.
On Tuesday, Aug. 26, Adam, 47, born with Down syndrome, stepped up to belt out the National Anthem for the New York Mets. Performing annually at Citi Field since 2010, Adam approached home plate with a veteran state of mind. Following his performance, Adam received a standing ovation as he gleefully skipped off the field, running into his parent’s arms with a gratified smile. The long list of Adam’s fans included 100 #TEAMADAM supporters from AHRC Nassau.
From a young age, Adam was drawn to music and the arts. Regularly attending theater shows and rehearsals put on by his father’s theater group, Theater II of Glen Cove, Adam really found a connection. [Read more...]