PAC NewsletterJune, 2012

Happy Summer, Team Autism! Can you believe we are in the beginnings of June already? There have been many exciting developments and updates surrounding PAC and we're excited to share them with you!

Tee it up for PAC!

Golf Outing FlyerWe are proud to announce our first annual PAC golf outing! This 18 hole scramble will take place at beautiful Sycamore Hills Golf Course in Macomb. For only $125, golfers will be treated to a day of fun and competition, including breakfast, lunch and dinner, an auction, 50/50 raffle, longest drive, hole in one contest and so much more. 
For more information or to register a single golfer or a team of four, click here.


Family Fun Day Festival

On April 21st, we hosted our first ever "friendraiser" at Lutheran North High School. Food, clowns, bounce houses, face painting and so much more was provided to families and kids of all ages, free of charge, to help make the day extra special. 
With several hundred guest and countless smiles, the Family Fun Day Festival was a huge success and we were so happy to make so many new friends. You can watch some highlights below.
PAC's Family Fun Fair
PAC's Family Fun Fair
Pac Raffle Results
We want to extend our thank you to all who entered our raffle and congratulate winners Dave Lingo, Mike Williams and Lee Taylor, winners of a 55" LED TV, an IPAD and $250 cash, respectively. Congratulations guys!
Profiles in Diversity Woman Worth Watching

At the end of May, PAC founder and executive director Shell Jones was selected as one of the Profiles in Diversity Journal's Sept/Oct 2012 Women Worth Watching. Her dedication to PAC as well as unique and innovative ideas, made Mrs. Jones one of the several selected from thousands of possible choices.  


PAC Partners with Kroger

Want to help out PAC without having to change your normal shopping routine? All you have to do is follow the instructions below to sign your Plus account up to benefit PAC.

Living with Autism Workshop 2012

Representatives from PAC were thrilled to be able to attend Holly Robinson Peete's Living with Autism Workshop on April 25th. Ms. Peete and Michigan's Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley both spoke about their strategies and experiences with having Autistic children.
Shell Jones with Lt. Governor Brian Calley
Shell Jones and Holly Robinson Peete
Shell Jones with Holly Robinson Peete
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In This Issue
Golf Outing!
Family Fun Fest
Raffle Results
Woman Worth Watching
PAC Partners with Kroger
Living with Autism Workshop
PAC in the News
Hoping for a Haven

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