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Benefit supper to help autistic child

WORTHINGTON -- A spaghetti supper benefit for autism will be at 5 p.m. Saturday at Abundant Life Tabernacle, 627 Clary St.

Chase Scharping, 12, is the son of Sarah Espinoza, Lismore. He has autism, and the benefit will help fund training at the Autism Treatment Center of America in Sheffield, Mass. The Autism Treatment Center teaches parents how to run a child-based therapy program in their own home.

Information about the program will be available at the benefit.

Donations can be sent to Sarah Espinoza, 380 S. Third Ave., Lismore 56155. For more information, contact Espinoza, (507) 220-4879.