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September 23, 2018

Local Family Supports Autism Community


OSWEGO, NY – Jennifer and Robert Cahill recently organized the Brianna Bowl II in honor of their 5-year-old daughter, Brianna, who is faced with the challenges of Autism every day.

Pictured are: Robyn Yorker, OCATF, Jennifer Cahill, Bob Cahill and Brianna Cahill.

Pictured are: Robyn Yorker, OCATF, Jennifer Cahill, Bob Cahill and Brianna Cahill.

The proceeds from the bowling event were donated to the Oswego County Autism Task Force.

With 60 participants, a list of sponsors who supported the cause, and the Cahill’s mission to give back to the community who has supported them over the years with their daughter, $1,400 was raised to help the local task force with a mission to enhance the lives of those touched by Autism Spectrum Disorder.

“In a large way, the Cahill family has truly made a difference in the Autism community,” noted OCTAF chair Julie Chetney. “They are an inspiration to all who are faced with the challenges of raising a child with Autism.”

Supporters who made the event possible are: Lakeview Lanes, K-Rock, Scriba  Town Inn, Stability Fitness, Kissimee Sun Tanning Salon, and the Oswego Speedway.

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