Sunday, May 13, 2007

Creating Hope for Autism

A new organization called the Bursary of Hope for Autism held a Mother's Day Luncheon at the Chandelier Place in Hamilton today. Over 300 people attended this great luncheon that featured course after course of wholesome Italian food and countless door prizes.

Autism is the most common neurological disorder affecting children and one of the most common developmental disabilities affecting Canadians. A committee of dedicated volunteers organized this event that honoured mothers and raised money and awareness of autism.

In this photo from left to right: Cindy Bain, Madison Bono, Anne Bain (front row), Carla Bono, Anne Bono, Joyce LaTucca and Heather Carter (back row.)

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