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Autism Advocates of Hancock County

Yellow Dot Program Highlighted at Farm City Dinner

At the Annual Farm City Dinner Monday night, the Yellow Dot Program was highlighted, and details were provided as to how it has evolved since being organized last year. As part of their education pillar, Autism Advocates of Hancock County partnered with HC Farm Bureau Local Agent Kyle Culbreth and Domtar to provide educational books…

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Cloverport Schools Guidance Counselor Runs 5K with Service Dog

Guidance Counselor at Cloverport Schools Danielle Akridge and her service dog, Delilah, attended the 5K Run & Walk in downtown Hawesville on Saturday, October 21st, a benefit to raise money for Autism Advocates of Hancock County, with Domtar matching all proceeds. “I love to support any organization that supports autism and any kind of special…

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Hawesville “Winter in The Park”; Domtar 5k Run & Walk

Chair of Hawesville Beautification Committee, Paula Gray, spoke to Hawesville City Council members and Mayor Rob McCormick, voicing concerns on riverfront clean-up and this year’s Christmas decorations. McCormick named Paula and husband, Fred, as Grand Marshals for this year’s Hawesville Christmas Parade, to acknowledge all of the work they’ve done to make the city beautiful…

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Independence Day Celebration at Vastwood Park; TUESDAY, July 4th

The Fourth of July Independence Day Celebration at Vastwood Park will be on Tuesday, July 4th. The fireworks display will begin at 9:00 p.m. and will be provided by the company Pyro Shows. The event is sponsored by Hancock County Fiscal Court. Music From 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., the Tailgate Band will be performing…

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Autism Advocates of Hancock County – first support group Thursday, May 4th

Chelsea Boling, President of Hancock County Chamber, Rachel Cox and Samantha Eckles have started a nonprofit called Autism Advocates of Hancock County, and are holding their very first support group meeting for parents and guardians of people with autism on Thursday, May 4th at the Hawesville Library, from 6:00–7:00 p.m. Refreshments will be served. These…

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