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HOPE Autism Foundation benefit Saturday at Buffalo Wild Wings in Trinity

9:08 AM, Apr 6, 2013   |    comments
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New Port Richey -- Come out to Buffalo Wild Wings in Trinity, Saturday April 6, and help raise money for a great local Autism awareness foundation. 

HOPE Autism Foundation helps children with Autism through different programs in Pasco County, including Summer camps and after school activities.

The foundation was born from the desire for families to provide support to meet the social, academic, and community involvement needs for children diagnosed with Autism and also help meet the same needs for their families.

Vice President of HOPE Autism Foundation , Tom Scheu, has twin boys diagnosed with Autism, therefore he understands the importance of having a Licensed Exceptional Student Teacher facilitate all of the programs. He says the extra cost to provide this quality assurance is worth the peace of mind. That is why all of the ESE teachers within the foundation are fully trained in all areas of Autism.

Join Scheu and others this Saturday, April 6, from 7p-11pm at the Buffalo Wild Wings, and a portion of your check will be donated to the HOPE Autism Foundation.

Just ask your server to donate to HOPE Autism Foundation and wear blue to show your support for autism!

Buffalo Wild Wings is located at 10936 S.R. 54 New Port Richey.

For more information visit the website: www.hope-autism.org

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or for more information call 727-992-7802

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