Fairfield FFA Autism Awareness Day raises $400


The Fairfield FFA held an Autism Awareness Day on April 6. The whole school had the opportunity to pay $1 to buy an autism puzzle piece ribbon or to wear a hat. Everyone was encouraged to wear blue and be involved in Light It Up Blue For Autism Awareness. Overall the school raised $400 for the organization Autism Speaks. The FFA officers and executive committee talked to students about what autism is and how it affects people. Autism receives less than 5 percent the research of many less prevalent childhood diseases. The Fairfield FFA looks forward to holding this event again next April. Pictured are middle school and high school students wearing blue, hats and autism ribbons.

The Fairfield FFA held an Autism Awareness Day on April 6. The whole school had the opportunity to pay $1 to buy an autism puzzle piece ribbon or to wear a hat. Everyone was encouraged to wear blue and be involved in Light It Up Blue For Autism Awareness. Overall the school raised $400 for the organization Autism Speaks. The FFA officers and executive committee talked to students about what autism is and how it affects people. Autism receives less than 5 percent the research of many less prevalent childhood diseases. The Fairfield FFA looks forward to holding this event again next April. Pictured are middle school and high school students wearing blue, hats and autism ribbons.


The Fairfield FFA held an Autism Awareness Day on April 6. The whole school had the opportunity to pay $1 to buy an autism puzzle piece ribbon or to wear a hat. Everyone was encouraged to wear blue and be involved in Light It Up Blue For Autism Awareness. Overall the school raised $400 for the organization Autism Speaks. The FFA officers and executive committee talked to students about what autism is and how it affects people. Autism receives less than 5 percent the research of many less prevalent childhood diseases. The Fairfield FFA looks forward to holding this event again next April. Pictured are middle school and high school students wearing blue, hats and autism ribbons.

The Fairfield FFA held an Autism Awareness Day on April 6. The whole school had the opportunity to pay $1 to buy an autism puzzle piece ribbon or to wear a hat. Everyone was encouraged to wear blue and be involved in Light It Up Blue For Autism Awareness. Overall the school raised $400 for the organization Autism Speaks. The FFA officers and executive committee talked to students about what autism is and how it affects people. Autism receives less than 5 percent the research of many less prevalent childhood diseases. The Fairfield FFA looks forward to holding this event again next April. Pictured are middle school and high school students wearing blue, hats and autism ribbons.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2018/04/web1_Autism-pic-1.jpgThe Fairfield FFA held an Autism Awareness Day on April 6. The whole school had the opportunity to pay $1 to buy an autism puzzle piece ribbon or to wear a hat. Everyone was encouraged to wear blue and be involved in Light It Up Blue For Autism Awareness. Overall the school raised $400 for the organization Autism Speaks. The FFA officers and executive committee talked to students about what autism is and how it affects people. Autism receives less than 5 percent the research of many less prevalent childhood diseases. The Fairfield FFA looks forward to holding this event again next April. Pictured are middle school and high school students wearing blue, hats and autism ribbons.

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