OSWEGO, NY â€“ 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.
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, ScribaÂ Town Inn, Stability Fitness, Kissimee Sun Tanning Salon, and the Oswego Speedway.