Autism Walk-A-Thon Holds Thanksgiving Dinner

  • 11/13/2017 7:47:54 PM
  • Jesse Smith
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MANSFIELD, OH - The Autism Walk-A-Thon Group held a Thanksgiving Dinner on Monday evening, for families affected by autism.

This is the first year that the dinner has been held - and it looks to be a success for the group. Over 60 people were in attendance, sharing dishes such as stuffing, turkey, mashed potatoes, and more.

The group is also holding a "Sensory-Friendly" movie showing at Cinemark Theatres in Ontario on December 2nd, when they screen the Disney movie "Coco." On December 3rd, the group is also holding a "Sensory-Friendly Santa" at the Richland Mall, where children affected by bright lights and loud noises can visit Santa at the mall without too many distractions.

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