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  • Flutie Foundation For Autism Extends Joey’s Fund Application Deadline

    FRAMINGHAM, MASS. — The Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism had extended the application deadline for the Joey’s Fund Family Grant Program. Applications are now being accepted until June 14, 2013, for the fund, which was set up in honor of Josephine (Joey) Gay, one of the victims of 12/14.

  • A Magical Evening Of Music

    To the Editor:

  • A Magical Evening Of Music

    To the Editor:

  • To Honor 12/14 Victim— The Doug Flutie, Jr Foundation For Autism Announces Inception of Joey’s Fund

    FRAMINGHAM, MASS. — The Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism has announced the opening of the Joey’s Fund Family Grant Program, a fund set up in honor of Josephine (Joey) Gay, one of the victims of 12/14.

    Joey’s Fund Family Grant Program provides grants to families in Newtown that need financial assistance for their family member living with autism. The Flutie Foundation anticipates offering two grant cycles per year through Joey’s Fund with plans to expand the geographic focus in future grant cycles.

  • Newtown Landscape Architect Pioneering Award-Winning Spaces For Kids On The Spectrum

    When it comes to integrating concepts of sequential outdoor learning (SOL) into residential and public environments that are particularly welcoming to children on the autism spectrum, Newtowner and landscape architect Tara Vincenta pretty much wrote the book on it.

  • Shoulda Coulda Woulda

    To the Editor:

    You shoulda embraced autism. You coulda fostered that innocence and purity. You woulda been warmed by it and at peace.

    You shoulda contacted some organizations, they coulda taught you, and maybe he woulda been a contributing citizen.

    Maybe you shoulda tried horseback riding instead, he coulda bonded with the animals, and woulda learned about love.

    He shoulda had a job in town, he coulda met some great people, who woulda befriended him.

  • To Honor 12/14 Victim— The Doug Flutie, Jr Foundation For Autism Announces Inception of Joey’s Fund

    FRAMINGHAM, MASS. — The Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism has announced the opening of the Joey’s Fund Family Grant Program, a fund set up in honor of Josephine (Joey) Gay, one of the victims of 12/14.

    Joey’s Fund Family Grant Program provides grants to families in Newtown that need financial assistance for their family member living with autism. The Flutie Foundation anticipates offering two grant cycles per year through Joey’s Fund with plans to expand the geographic focus in future grant cycles.