TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)-- Some area Manhattan's had the chance to spend an evening with Bill Snyder all for a great cause.
Coach Snyder gave a little of his time to help the Flint Hills Summer Fun Camp. A summer program designed for children with autism.
The camp is designed for children K through 5. Last year the program served 80 children, 30 of which had some form of autism.
The camp runs nine weeks each summer and is designed to foster the needs of some great children and participants were excited that Coach Snyder gave his time.
National research has shown that children with an autism disorder do best with year round structured programming.
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