Congratulations to the winner for the PASS autism awareness poster contest at North Intermediate School in the Wallenpaupak School District.
Pictured is winner Amelia Gordon with the principal Amanda Cykosky and LoriAnn Brunette.
Pike County Commissioner’s kicked off the month by granting a resolution,
proclaiming April was Autism Acceptance Month in Pike County.
Local Restaurateurs and Bars joined in the festivities with Pike Autism
Support Services for their annual “Knock it Back Blue” Campaign.
Participating establishments sold t-shirts with the logo and offered a blue
drink with a portion of the proceeds going back to PASS to support their
programs and services. PASS has been serving Pike County families living
with ASD for over twenty years. PASS would like to thank the following
businesses for their support and participation, Two Rivers Grill, The
Apple Grill, The Erie Bar & Hotel, Balches, Jive, The Dimick Inn, Apple
Valley & Failte’s Irish Pub.
For Press Release:
April was Autism Acceptance Month , Pike Autism Support Services held their
first Annual Designer Handbag Bingo & Raffle at St. Patrick’s Parish Hall.
It was a fun-raiser to support the Local Autism Support Organization which
has been supporting families with a loved one with an Autism diagnosis for
over 20 years. It was a fun evening with great prizes and a successful
event for PASS. PASS provides parent support, trainings, scholarships,
social and recreational opportunities and I-pads for non-verbal learners.
Visit their website at pikeautism.org
PASS would like to thank all who
attended and supported this event!
Pike Autism Support Services