FEAT-FMC Newsletter Message
FEAT-FMC Newsletter firstname.lastname@example.org via domain.softcom.net
Tue, Jul 8, 2008, 2:11 AM
FAMILIES FOR EFFECTIVE AUTISM TREATMENT
I trust you had a safe and enjoyable 4th of July. I just want to draw your attention to the events page of http://www.feat-fmc.org . There is a lot of activity in the next four months. Don’t miss out on something you wish you had heard about.
First is a film review of “Recovered” Journey Through the Autism Spectrum and Back by Doreen Granpeesheh and Michael Jaquison July 18th in Bakersfield. FEAT-FMC is trying to bring this review to Fresno for the August Parent resource Meeting. We may have to change our regular 4th Tuesday Meeting date.
Second is an Autism Film Festival hosted by the California Learning Connection 2505 W. Shaw Av. Ph
(559) 228-9100 July 22 @ 6:30-9:00pm
California Learning Connection
Center for Communication Skills
Goodfellow Occupational Therapy
The Third event is a Bio – Medical Conference Saturday August 2nd at the Children’s Hospital Central California Madera California from 8:00am to 5:30. There is a fee of $75 before July 11th, $100 after July 12th. You can register on line at http://www.greatplainslaboratory.com or call at 1-800-288-0383
Lets not forget the Cam Twisters Car Show
“On the Roof @ River Park”
Top Floor of the Parking Structure near Blackstone & Hwy 41
Saturday, September 20,2008
Street Rods & customs 1972 and older
Corvettes & Mustangs All Years
16 Divisions & 8 Special Awards Presented by the Cam twisters
Music from the 50s, 60s, & 70s
Silent Auction – Raffles – Merchant Awards – Goodie Bags
There is going to be some Nascar memorabilia up for grabs. Someone is going to take home a part of some very pricey 200 MPH NASCAR Automobiles. Will it be you? Not, if you don’t show up.
Cold Drinks available for $1.00
This is a fund raiser for FEAT-FMC
There is not a better way for you to spend an inexpensive Saturday with your Friends and Family reminiscing over cars of yesteryear. And at the same time you will be supporting the Autism Community. Plan on a full day of fun in the sun.
These Events only take you up to September. With one in 150 children being diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum Disorder this is indeed very busy times. These children need all the help society can muster up. Autism knows no cause, no predictability, and no cure. We have a responsibility to open our pockets and improve the quality of life for the children with autism. FEAT-FMC thanks each and every one of you for your participation.
The following information is a reminder of your current mailing list subscription:
You are subscribed to the following list: