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Autism event shows ‘character’ of community

By Stephen Lega

Despite chilly temperatures, hundreds of people gathered at Graham Memorial Park on Saturday morning to show their support for autism awareness.
The third annual Working the Puzzle for Autism Walk is part of a continuing effort to educate the community about autism and people who live with this condition.
John Mikkiah Thompson, a 19-year-old with autism, opened the event by singing “Through My Eyes,” a song about living with autism. Thompson did not speak until he was 8 years old, and it was his interest in music that helped him learn to talk.


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