Autism Awareness Month......

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  1. pokemon_master

    pokemon_master <font color=peach>Everybody wants to be a Munchlax

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    ...Is anyone doing anything this month for this?

    I'm not but I am curious as to what other people are doing.. :thumbsup2
     
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  3. BeckyScott

    BeckyScott <font color=magenta>I am still upset that they don

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    I haven't done anything yet.

    DS's b-day is today so we've been busy with that. Ironic that he was born in April...

    Last year I made a couple dozen ribbon pins, with puzzle piece in the middle, and a card attached. They were beautimus! ;) And took some to work with me and sent some to DS's school.

    I have another roll of ribbon I just bought but I haven't done anything with it yet. Guess I better get going!
     
  4. WildGrits

    WildGrits DIS Veteran

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    I usually just change my email signature to my ribbon one.
     
  5. Disneylvr

    Disneylvr Always Disney Dreaming!

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    To me everyday is an opportunity to spread autism awareness. I don't have anything specific planned this year (yet) but last year my online scrapbooking club had an online crop and auction that benefited Autism Speaks. We raised $400. :banana:
     
  6. freckles and boo

    freckles and boo <font color=blue>I occasionally lurk on the UK boa

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    My daughter was born in April, too. We are participating in a fundraiser for the Autism Society of Illinois. Part of the proceeds will go to build out a sensory room for my daughter's school. It is an all-you-can-eat/drink shindig with auctions and raffles. I don't know if posting this link is legal, but this is it.

    www.celebrationforautism.org
     

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