Forms were signed, Ipods were loaded, and muscles were warmed up for the 3rd Annual Lifeskills Run for Autism held today at the Bowling Green Ballpark.
The run donates 100 percent of the proceeds to the Kelly Autism Program. The coordinator of the event says its encouraging to see so many people turn out.
"Bowling Green Community is always good about supporting their own, and this event especially because so many people have Autism. One in 150 kids have Autism," Brian Packard says.
The Kelly Autism program helps give kids with Autism the tools they need to overcome social hurdles.
The Run for Autism had a record number of registrants this year.