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Cedar Grove Elementary School is Blowing Bubbles 4 Autism

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Almost 1 in 88 people have a form of Autism and a Bay County elementary school is raising awareness by blowing bubbles.

For the last three years, students and faculty at Cedar Grove Elementary School have participated in the international event “Blowing Bubbles 4 Autism.”

Cedar Grove is an Autism center with six Autism classes and the school makes it a mission to raise awareness, so for one continuous minute everyone goes outside to blow their bubbles.

Principal Phillip Campbell says he is glad the school is a part of making the world a better place and bringing a bigger picture to it.

“It’s just wonderful and the weather is beautiful for a day like today,” said Campbell. “You want to see the kids smile and the joy in a child’s heart is priceless, so we got to see a lot of that today and I look forward to doing it again next year.”

April is Autism Awareness Month and students all over the world participated in the “Blowing Bubbles 4 Autism” event this year.