P.S. 304 raises funds for Autism charity

Estaban Reyes, Anderson Yots, and Jayson Strickland sing “Holy Grail” at P.S. 304’s fundraiser for Austism Speaks.
Photo by Aracelis Batista

Students at PS 304 in Throggs Neck held a variety show fund-raiser for Autism Speaks on Monday, June 16. There was a large variety of acts involving students at the variety show that showcased the talents of the children. They included dancers, singers, a comedian, musicians, and several other ensembles. Autism Speaks is a charity with a mission to “change the future for all who struggle with autism.”

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