Local Businesses Support Autism Awareness Month

Coconut Telegraph

A local Autism Awareness Campaign created by the Sarasota Manatee Association for Riding Therapy (SMART) is starting to pop up all around the community and is garnering support from local businesses as well as Sarasota Mayor Willie Charles Shaw.  The goal of SMART’s Autism Awareness Campaign and event is to help inspire the community to bring awareness about the needs of those with autism.  A pallet was recently painted by Tyler Lefebvre of Ringling College of Art & Design showcasing the SMART autism puzzle piece.  This artwork was displayed all over town this week including SRQ Media offices and City Hall and will be showcased the day of the event.



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