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Bessemer students have fun, promote autism awareness

 

March 30, 2019

P.J. Glisson/Daily Globe

ENJOYING A blueberry pancake breakfast Thursday in the multipurpose room of A.D. Johnston Junior and Senior High School are, from left, Liberty Anderson, Kailey Leannah and Hannah Cebolski. The breakfast was held to promote awareness of autism, for which blue is a signature color.

By P.J. GLISSON

news@yourdailyglobe.com

BESSEMER - The smell of sugar and the sounds of kazoos filled the halls of A.D. Johnston Junior and Senior High School during a Thursday morning breakfast that was held to raise awareness of autism spectrum disorder.

Blue is the signature color of autism, so blueberry pancakes were in abundance as nearly 200 kids from all grades gathered in the school's multipurpose room to enjoy the treat, along with each other's company. The kazoos just added to the fun.

According to autismspeaks.org, ASD is defined as "a broad range of conditions characterized by...



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