Pictured from left to right: Mayor Evelyn Jones, City of Arcola; Council Member Jerri Lindemann, City of Beasley; Mayor Tommy Kuykendall, City of Fulshear; Council Member Larry Gore, City of Katy; Mayor Darryl Humphrey, Sr., City of Kendleton; Mayor Charles Jessup, City of Meadows Place; Mayor Allen Owen, City of Missouri City; Mayor Delbert Wendt, City of Needville; Commissioner Matt Perreault, City of Orchard; Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert; Mayor Larry Bittner, City of Pleak; Mayor Pro-Tem Bill Dostal, City of Richmond; Mayor Vincent Morales, City of Rosenberg; Mayor Daniel McJunkin, City of Simonton; Mayor Pro-Tem Robert Sorbet, City of Stafford; Council Member Amy Mitchell, City of Sugar Land; Mayor Freddie Newsome, Town of Thompsons; Alderperson Linda Kaluza, Village of Fairchilds; Mayor Mary Rose Zdunkewicz, City of Weston Lakes
FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – On April 21st, community leaders gathered at Constellation Field for the Skeeter’s opening weekend to “Strike Out Autism”. Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert presented a proclamation representing the County, as well as Cities within the County, letting it be known “the County of Fort Bend Texas most gratefully honors Blessed Be, Hope for Three and proclaims the month of April 2013 to be Autism Awareness Month.”
Hope for Three, a local non-profit and autism advocacy organization, partnered with the Sugar Land Skeeters, the Honorable Judge Hebert, Fort Bend City Mayors and elected officials to host the community awareness event. This First Annual Family Fun Day included 300 volunteers hosting about 400 family members living with autism to a fun-filled and inspiring afternoon.
For more information on Hope for Three, please visit www.HopeforThree.org – or call 1-800-317-0787.