WMFD TV

Search Archive WMFD.com News

www.wmfd.com - Butler Elementary School students are learning about Autism and raising money to help area families who have children with Autism. }}" />

   
 
 
Butler Elementary Students Hold Pennies For Autism Drive
buy mifepristone misoprostol online redirect
website abortion pill austin tx click here
abortion pill information open about abortion

Story By: Larry Stine

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 5/15/2014

Butler Elementary School students are learning about Autism and raising money to help area families who have children with Autism. The students raised $1,069 that is being given to Debbie Melching, the founder of the Autism Awareness Walkathon held each year in Richland County. Butler Elementary Intervention Specialist Monica Stillion says collecting the pennies, counting them up and teaching peer education students about children with Autism, makes them better understand the disorder of neural development. One of the Butler classes of students raised $280 and were treated to an ice cream party for their achievement.

abortion providers go read
   
  MORE RECENT NEWS
 
Image1 A local woman is battling cancer, but has her community behind her to help in her fight.. Full Story
Image1 A project to convert all of Richland County's 41 tornado sirens from broad band to narrow band will soon be completed. Full Story
 
Image1 The Shelby Community Improvement Corporation, the City of Shelby and local playwright Jim Stoner will present “The Black Cyclone,” a historical drama, which tells the story of Charles Follis, the First, Black, Professional, Football player in America! Full Story
Image1 Mansfield resident Bryce Millikin, is helping people find items and services they need free of charge through his new website. Full Story
  MORE NEWS
 

Local resident launches new swap website

EEOC Mobile Outreach coming to Mansfield June 9

Richland Lithic and Lapidary Show June 6-7

Fit1 CrossFit with Roy Leedy

Lucas Football And Softball Field Lights Being Replaced

Public meeting will address future of Galion Depot

More News