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Autism Pensacola has new executive director

Autism Pensacola Inc. (API) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the selection of Mary Donovan McClellan as its incoming Executive Director. McClellan began in her new role on March 8, and is responsible…

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Autism Pensacola CEO retires

Autism Pensacola, Inc. (API) President and CEO Susan Byram has announced her plans to retire in 2018 after leading the organization for the past 16…

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Winners: Volume ONE & Autism Pensacola

Autism Pensacola shared this story of a special event held at Best of the Coast winner Volume ONE: “Five-year-old Hastings began his haircut in the…

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Autism Information and Resource Fair on April 6

As a kickoff to Autism Awareness Month, Autism Pensacola Inc. presents its annual Information and Resource Fair on April 6, from 6 to 8 p.m….

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Michael Jackson: A Thrilling Tribute raises money for Autism Pensacola, Nov 29

Falynne Lewing and Red Hot Productions, Inc. are traveling to Pensacola to put on a benefit performance for Autism Pensacola. The benefit show is 7…

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Panhandle Charitable Open Sets Record, over $210K

The Panhandle Charitable Open recently set a fundraising record during its 15th Anniversary event held at the end of September. All of the $210,000 net…

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Good news from the blog, Oct. 3 edition

Autism Pensacola to be featured on PBS, Oct. 3 Written by Rick Outzen on 27 September 2015 WSRE, PBS for the Gulf Coast, has received…

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Autism Pensacola to be featured on PBS, Oct. 3

WSRE, PBS for the Gulf Coast, has received word from “American Graduate Day 2015” producers in New York that the station’s locally produced “Stories of…

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Kids for Camp 2015 Kick-Off Meeting, Feb. 3

Autism Pensacola is kicking off the Kids for Camp 2015 application period with an informational meeting at 6 p.m. February 3, in the Pollak Training…

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