Asperger Works held its first annual fundraising dinner Dinner of Hope, on Friday, October 2, 2015 at the Elks Lodge in Lawrence, MA. Everyone had a great time; and we raised close to $3,000 (after expenses)!
Here are some of the pictures taken by Daniel Hnatio, Doug Perry, and Adam Rajczyk and the video taken by Ginny Alexander from LCAT (Lawrence Community Access TV).
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