Support for Autism Walk appreciated

Thank you to everyone who came, helped, donated, and supported the Autism Walk this year. It would not have been possible without so many people and I apologize now if anyone is not on this list, please know you were not forgotten.

Davis Block; Alaska Road Builders; Debbie and Chuck Davis; Hey Good Looking; Frito Lay; Cabin Fever Creations; Orca Theater; Phormation Chiropractic; Echo Lake Superior Meats; Renewal Skin Care; Footworks; S&D; Spenard Builders Supply; Kenai Vision; Sweeney’s; Karleenes Day Spa; Kenai River Brewery; Chez Moi; Kings Treasures; Libby Beerezin; Frontier Community Services; Independent Living Center; Pack Rat; Eyewear Express; First National Bank Of Alaska; Susans Bath And Body; Mclane Consulting; O’Reilly Auto Parts; Peninsula Overhead Doors; Ak Baked; Antiques & Things; Cornerstone Books; Dairy Queen; Alaska USA; Lauri Lingafelt; Etc. By Sue; Three Bears; Summit Cleaners; Marys Hairstyling; Playa Azul; Acapulco-Kenai; Fashioably Sassy And Peninsula Scrubs; Beemuns; Soldotna Professional Pharmacy; Mykels/Soldotna Inn; Robin Place Fabric; Kenai River Books; Trintiy Greenhouse; Craig Taylor; Jalanie Miller; Diane Duperron; Kelly Johnson; Hair Dzines; Donnas; United Cook Inlet Drift Assoc; Marion Perrine; Save U More; Harley Davidson; Laura Mcindoe; Kelli Creglow; Cindy, Kianna, Tannan, Clayton Holland; Amanda Faulkner; Susan Mathews; Kimmy Mozley; Rachel Mathews; Suzzette Baty; Barbara Valdez; Faith Palmer; Donna Endersen; Julie Johnson; Brittany Gardner; Susan Mathews; Trinity Jones; Emily Ehret; Tatyanah Stott; Cheri and Ruth Hipbshman; Misty Maquire Merriman; Eylonah Stott; Cat Schoessler; Ellyce, Hunter, and Mindi Woodward; Kate Swaby; Carolyn Hitzler; Kristin Siter; Tyler and Morgan Reynolds; Cy and Emma Updike; Julie Moore; Kerri Roe; Cade Appclhas; Sam Skolnick; Lucas and Catie Kline; Morgan Spies; Melissa Kline; Marcy True; Angela Beplat; Nicole and Tehya Nichols; Lora Sterling; Suzanne Martin; Noelle Miller.

It is always amazing to see how our community can come out and show such support and prove that people are not alone. Autism is a disability that is still misunderstood and often leaves families disconnected from their community, so to have an event that allows everyone the chance to come out, have fun, raise money for the cause, and share information is awesome! As always, it has been shown how absolutely amazing our community is.

Again thank you so much,


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