Alex, Ian, Nick and Teina Becker take part in Salmon Arm’s first-ever autism walk on Monday, April 2. (Jim Elliot/Salmon Arm Observer)

Video: Autism awareness in Salmon Arm

Over 100 people gathered to walk for autism awareness on April 2.

Salmon Arm held their first-ever walk for autism awareness on April 2. The walk was hosted in conjunction with the internationally recognized World Autism Awareness day. Over 100 people participated.


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