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Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Joshua's Journey makes one more stop
Autism awareness event pairs with Sandy relief efforts
Photos by Herald Participants, as well as Rose Casaceli, right, an employee of McQuades, help support Joshua’s Journey and the relief for Super Storm Sandy victims. Deirdre and Steve Wangel manned the table.

Due to damage from Hurrican Sandy — and some tenacious organizers — Joshua’s Journey Harvest brunch, an event that not only brought attention to autism, but turned into a Hurricane Sandy relief fundraiser as well.

The event, held at McQuade’s Neighborhood Grill in Lynbrook, featured a continuous brunch was served with cocktails, and many beautiful baskets were raffled off and won.

The organizers also collected canned goods and non-perishable foods to distribute to local families in need.


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