With one month to go before this year's Summit Walk for Autism Awareness, Summit Educational Resources is kicking into high gear.
Te team at Summit has a big goal for fundraising this year: $300 thousand! Duane Paddock is the honorary chair of the year's walk and he expects more than three thousand walkers to be there.
"Autism affects us all," said Paddock. "To some degree, I find very rarely a family that isn't affected to a degree or touched by autism."
The Summit Walk steps off from it's headquarters on Stahl Road in Getzville on Saturday, April 27th, at 10 a.m.