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Saturday, Nov 1st, 2014 - “Night of Stars” Family and Friends Dinner Dance
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SILVER STALLION RANCH FIELD TRIP 

Cool temperatures could not dampen the enthusiasm of 63 CAC family members and friends as they enjoyed hay rides, airbrush tattoos, the Southern Comfort ride, marshmallow toasting, the petting zoo, and pony and horse riding on Sunday, October 5th.  It was difficult to tell who was having the most fun - the children or the adults.  The Silver Stallion Ranch, also known as the Black Cowboy Ranch, is owned by Stanley and Donna Robinson and has been bringing a little bit of cowboy to inner city families for twenty-two years. Thanks to the Robinsons for hosting us!

Upcoming Events:


Next CAC Monthly Meeting:  Sat., Sept 20, 2014

 
10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Easter Seals School and Center for Autism Research
1939 West 13th Street, Chicago
This month's guest speakers from the Chicago Public Schools will be Dr. Markay Winston - Chief Officer of Diverse Learner Supports and Services and Dr. Kate Foley - Deputy Chief of Specialty Schools.

CAC meets on the third Saturday of each month from September through June with the exception of December.  At each meeting we provide one or more speakers on a topic of interest.
 
 
 
 
 

We are there for families when they are given the news that a loved one has been diagnosed with this lifetime disorder.

We are there for families when they need a shoulder to lean on.

We are there for families when they need someone to simply listen. 

We are there for families when they need advice - when they need to draw upon the experiences of other families who have gone through what they are presently experiencing - when they need the reassurance that yes, things will get better - that there is hope.

UPCOMING EVENTS

    Sat., November 01 - 10th Annual "Night of Stars" Dinner Dance

 

 

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