Kawartha Lakes Autism Support – KLAS (Formerly: Lindsay Asperger Autism Support – LAAS)
would like to dedicate this page as a thank you to all who have supported us to help create
Autism Awareness during World Autism Awareness Day – WAAD April 2nd, 2013. The following
groups/organizations have displayed our posters that have been prepared by our members, their
families, students, and adults on the Autism Spectrum, to respect, raise awareness and recognize
World Autism Awareness Day. We truly appreciate your support.

This year we prepared more than 75 posters for display. We will increase this number each and every year.

We would like to thank the Bank of Montreal Lindsay Branch for allowing us to have a display
table and sell our Autism Awareness ribbons and wrist bands.

A HUGE thank you to each and every one of you for helping us make a difference!!!

25 public schools
4 secondary schools
3 alternate education centers
TLDSB board office.

Heritage Christian School
Pope John Paul II School
St. Dominic School
St. Marys School
St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School

Barry Devolin, MP
Brittany N Bros
Cathy Allan Ladies Wear
Childrens Services Council
CIBC, Lindsay
City of Kawartha Lakes City Hall
City of Kawartha Lakes Fire Dept.
City of Kawartha Lakes Town Hall
Common Grounds
Community Living
Ontario Early Years Centre
Galaxy Framing
Hamilton Creek
Kawartha Glass & Mirror
Kawartha Lakes Police Services
Kelseys Restaurant
Kent Florist
Kerrys Place
Lindsay Boys & Girls Club
OPP Lindsay Detachment
Pita Pantry
Precious Minds
Royal Bank, Lindsay
Scotia Bank, Lindsay
The Post
Toronto Dominion Bank, Lindsay
Victoria County Graduate Child Care
Virgin Mobile

If we have forgotten anyone, our sincere apologies. Please let us know.

A very special thank you to St.Thomas Aquinas for your cafeteria penny collection and the sale
of our ribbons and bracelets for your dress down day.

A very special thank you to St. Marys School for your donation to our group
for a special event for our groups children this fall.

A very special thank you to King Albert Public School and Queen Victoria
Public School. Some of the students from both of these schools participated
in preparing posters to help us. It was a very heartwarming experience.
Great job kiddos!!!