STAR Center’s Arts-4-Autism summer camp in running to win $25K
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NORTH JACKSON, Tenn. — A local nonprofit organization’s summer camp was chosen from 5,000 causes submitted to be in the top 200. The STAR Center’s Arts-4-Autism program could win $25,000. State Farm Neighborhood Assist program donates $1 million to the top 40 submitted causes across the country. The final 40 will be decided by public vote, which begins May 14. “Now based on Facebook votes, we are working to hopefully be awarded $25,000, and that will go to support our local Arts-4-Autism program,” STAR Center President Dave Bratcher said. Bratcher said the program has an activity every week and a two-week camp in the summer. You can vote ten times a day through June 3. To learn how to help the STAR Center win, visit the Seen on 7 section of our website.