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Whitesboro Students Collect Change for Kelberman Center

Front Row left to right: Lisa Putnam, Andrea Centro, Mindi Humpf, Jennifer Young
Back Row left to right: Derek Farley, Joe DiMaggio, John Egresits, Tina Pawloski, Brian Bellair, Leslie Stephens, Trent Dowd, Susan Dowd, Kim Newton, Mike Spost

Recently students from local Whitesboro elementary schools presented a check for over $3,700 to the Kelberman Center for autism services. The students gathered their spare change in their classrooms, during Physical Education classes, through hosting bake sales as well as through returning bottles and cans, all during April, which was Autism Awareness Month, to raise money for programs at the Kelberman Center.

The Kelberman Center is a regional center for excellence for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and related learning challenges. We are dedicated to excellence in service through: prompt evaluation and diagnosis; individualized education and services; social and life skills enhancement; innovative practices, training and research. We believe in the power of individuals, family and community working together to maximize our collective potential.

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