DULUTH - It was a nice day for a walk and some fun outdoors Sunday.
Hundreds of people gathered at the Public School Stadium in Duluth, for the 7th Annual Northland Autism Walk.
“I’m hoping that more people that have typical children will come and be able to experience it and know that our kids are just the same as theirs. They may do things a little differently, but their the exact same as their kids. And maybe, see that helping out is the way to give back to other kids that might not be as fortunate in that department as other kids,” Kim Stegyn, Co-Chair of the Autism Walk, said.
All proceeds stay local, going to autism programs at public schools.