‘Families on the Spectrum’ host golf scramble to promote autism awareness

A local non-profit organization is hosting a golf scramble to help people with autism.

Families on the Spectrum is a non-profit group that focuses on the family aspect of autism. They are hosting a golf scramble at Silos Country Club on Friday, April 25th in Kevil, Kentucky to help raise funds. Lunch will be catered by Texas Roadhouse, and the event starts at 12 pm.

If you’d like to enter a team, it is $400 per team. There will be cash prizes, schwag bags, drink carts, and other events throughout the day. All proceeds will benefit Families on the Spectrum.

Organization president Krissy Ramey says it is the group’s goal to provide fun family outings, meetings, parents’ nights out, and to offer community support for autism families.

The event is sponsored by Falconite Development Group, Cassidy’s Cause, and Texas Roadhouse. Click here to learn more about the organization. If you’d like to enter, you can register online.

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