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Annual Autism Walk Set April 30

OSWEGO, NY – The fifth annual “Walk For Autism” is planned for April 30, at Leighton Elementary School and the Wilber Track and Field.

Pictured are:  Jake Chetney, Sophia DeLorenzo, OCTAF chair Tammy Thompson and Adam Thompson.
Pictured are: Jake Chetney, Sophia DeLorenzo, OCTAF chair Tammy Thompson and Adam Thompson.

The ‘family fun’ event is organized by the Oswego County Autism Task Force in effort to strive toward the mission of enhancing the lives of those touched by Autism Spectrum Disorder in Oswego County.

This year’s event will include arts and crafts areas, inflatable house and slide, balloon art, face painting, dancing and music, an information area, refreshments, arts and crafts, and a toddler play area.

Activities planned will take place inside the Leighton gym while the organized walk takes place on the Wilber Track & Field.

The activities will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Sponsors for the event include: Oswego County ARC, Pemberton Associates/Pinnacle Preschool, Little Lukes Childcare and the Oswego County Health Department.

The Walk for Autism is free and open to the public.

However, registration is recommended.

T-shirts for the walk can be purchased in advance.

For a registration form or for more information, call 349-3510.