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Saturday, April 23, 2011

Sunday's in My City, AILB Represents

Unknown Mami

"  Maturity is the stage in life when 
we may not see eye-to-eye, 
but we can still walk arm-in-arm." 

Autism in Long Beach is bringing the noise and showing up to Represent our Walk Families, Kids, Community, and our Adults on the Spectrum ranging from The LBC to San Dimas....





And some Random Fun!!


Joey Travolta

The Cast and Crew of Parenthood...

 Holly Robinson Peete

 Yo Gabba Gabba

Twin Talk Show

Train 4 Autism joining for an event

with Autism in Long Beach Soon

Stay tuned....

Lora (Autism Youth Sports League) and Myself

(Autism in Long Beach) packing up after another

wonderful Autism Day!! Thanks AILB Families!

Please visit Unknown Mami for more Sunday's in My City

13 comments: said...

These pictures are heartwarming. Thanks for sharing.
Blessings to you.

Nessa said...

wow... what amazing work and support!

Life with Kaishon said...

Oh my goodness! So exciting! I most especially love Yo Gabba Gabba! Thank you for all you do to bring awareness! You are a gem!

My friend Fran O'Donnell has a toy store in Philly called O'Doodles. He is focusing on finding toys for autistic children in a big way! Want to be his fan on facebook?

You know I just love to support people that are doing things to make the world a better place! Sending love to you in this Easter!

Matty said...

God bless everyone involved in this event. A worthy cause.

Mama Wheaton said...

Everything you do brings such joy to so many.

Unknown Mami said...

It's nice to be able to root for all the teams.

Anonymous said...

Well done - again!!!
Yo Gabba Gabba and happy Easter! :)

Tara R. said...

I always love your event photos. You have an amazing community.

Angela said...

Love seeing all the support!! Good job as always :)

Kristin - The Goat said...

It looks like a great event! I know that I have more awareness about Autism the past five years or more. It's working!

Anonymous said...

It looks like a fantastic event. Great work.

Carolyn said...

Very heartwarming pictures! Thanks for sharing it to us.

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The Henrys said...

Okay, I have to say I am jealous!! I love your Sunday's in My City posts!