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Autism Awareness Fundraiser



Story and photography by Magen Estep

Hundreds of supportive diners flocked to Griffs Deli and PopWorks in Bowling Green on April 23, for their 8th annual Autism Awareness Fundraiser to benefit the Renshaw Early Childhood Center. Ed Griffin, Micah Griffin and Jessica Yonts donated the entire day’s profits from both locations to support the needs of the RCEC located on the campus of Western Kentucky University. Along with Griff’s great foods, attendees were able to enjoy a user-friendly children’s activity area, purchase Autism support merchandise and witness autistic children performing tasks in the real world. Griffs Deli is located at 1640 Scottsville Road in Bowling Green, their website is griffsdeli.com.

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