Bowling for Autism

Bowling for Autism


DESPITE AN ONGOING COURT CASE PROVES ONCE MORE HOW LITTLE THE CITY LISTENS TO EAS ERIE RESIDENTS. TROTT SAYS THEIR LAWSUIT AGAINST THE CITY COVERED MORE THAN JUST THE BRIDGE, BUT RATHER, THE SEEMINGLY CORRUPT DECISION MAKING PROCESS BEHIND THE ISSUE. TROTT SAYS THEY’VE APPEALED TO THE COURTS AGAIN TO PREVENT DECISIONS BY THE CITY FROM EXCLUDING THE RESIDENTS THOSE DECISIONS EFFECT MOST. IT’S FOUR YEARS OF GIVING BACK TO A GOOD CAUSE. THE ANNUAL BOWLING FOR AUTISM WAS HELD AT AND OTHER MENTAL HEALTH RELATED CHALLENGES AT THE AGE OF TWO. KEAGAN IS NON VERBAL AND USES NOVACHAT TO COMMUNICATE WITH OTHERS. “it’s wonderful it makes my heart melt. keagan is my life and inspiration. It takes a community to raise these kids. ” HASHTAG TEAM KEAGAN WAS ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS AGO. NOW AT THE AGE OF EIGHT DIEMLING SAYS HER SON KEAGAN IS THRIVING IN MANY WAYS “for merenda it was all about starting a good cause but over the years the event has garnered so much support from the community. ” AFTER THE ENTRY FEE YOU CAN HAVE THREE GAMES OF BOWLING AND ENTRY INTO THE CHINESE AUCTION. BUT BOWLING FOR AUTISM IS MORE THAN PIZZA AND POP, THE EVENT HAS RAISED THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS OVER THE YEARS. “It’s wonderful I tell everybody what a great community we have here in erie there’s so many resources available and the community is autism friendly.” ALL THE PROCEEDS FROM THE EVENT GO TO THE AUTISM SOCIETY OF NORTHWESTERN PENNSYLVANIA. SEYDA ABBAS JET 24 ACTION NEWS. FOR THE SECOND YEAR STUDENTS OF PENN STATE BEHREND’S