Pacific ABA Academy is hosting the second-annual Awards for Autism on April 25.

Awards for Autism on April 25

Pacific ABA Academy seeking nominations by parents, teachers, coaches.

Angels for Autism are hosting a fundraising dinner and dance on April 25 at 6 p.m. at Crown Palace Banquet Hall.

The event will include dinner, dancing, door prizes, silent and live auctions, 50/50 draws and a cash bar.

The guest speaker will be Dr. Glen Davies.

Tickets are $25 (10 years to adults), $15 (ages 6-9), free for those five and under. A table of eight is $175.

ABA Pacific Academy are seeking nominations for the Awards for Autism, which will be presented at the event. If you know of a child aged two to 18 diagnosed with autism that has exceptional talent and deserves recognition, you can nominate them in categories that include sports, academics (elementary and high school), music, dance, community service/social responsibility and Open Category.

Winner will be presented with their awards on April 25. Award recipients will be provided with a ticket to the event along with two complimentary tickets.

Nominations may include two letters from coaches or teachers.

Nominations can be emailed to ramens@pacificaba.com or mailed to P.O. Box 330, 12886 96 Ave., Surrey, B.C., V3V 6A8.

The deadline for nominations is April 15.

For awards inquiries, call Ramen Saggu at 604-838-0785. For ticket inquiries, call Bobby Saggu at 778-868-7771, Daud Patel at 604-808-1145 or Robert Weishuhn at 604-377-1736.

Located in Newton, Pacific ABA Academy is dedicated to providing scientifically validated Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) treatment to individuals diagnosed with autism and related disabilities.

For more information, visit http://pacificaba.com/

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