State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Independence) attended The Autism Society of Greater Cleveland’s 8th Annual Greater Cleveland Chili Cook Off for Autism.

“This is such a great organization that provides support and assistance to our Northeast Ohio families whom autism touches,” Rep Anielski said. "The chili was pretty good too!"

Professional and amateur chefs from over 30 area restaurants, along with area celebrities, participated in the April 11th event. The money raised from this event is used to help all those in Northeast Ohio affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. Most of the services the ASGC provides are at little or no cost to families in the surrounding communities. Currently the Center for Disease Control estimates that 1 in 88 children are diagnosed with some form of autism.

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