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Community groups raise autism awareness

9:14 PM, May 6, 2013
Grant Slone, 7, plays 'rescue hero' with Martha Woodwoord, a PLAY Project home consultant, during an after-school peer group Thursday at the Bridge Center in Marshfield.
Grant Slone, 7, plays 'rescue hero' with Martha Woodwoord, a PLAY Project home consultant, during an after-school peer group Thursday at the Bridge Center in Marshfield.
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The Bridge Center, 105 W. Fifth St., has been helping children with autism and their families since 2008.

Partnerships with community organizations such as the Marshfield Kiwanis Club and the Wisconsin Alumni Association: Marshfield Chapter have allowed the center to serve more families and spread the word about its mission.

Kiwanis Club member Laura Lemmen said her organization began working with the Bridge Center three years ago because Lemmen's granddaughter has autism. The Kiwanis Club has held three benefit concerts, raising about $3,000 total for the Bridge Center. ...

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