Bowling For Strikes Against Autism

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SCRANTON -- The Scranton school district hosted "Throwing Strikes Against Autism" at South Side Bowl on Saturday.

The event was held to raise money for iPads for autistic support classrooms.

Organizers say the turnout was better than expected.

The Easter bunny and RailRiders' mascot even paid a visit to the children.

L&P Transportation donated two buses that picked up 80 children from low income developments in the city to attend the event.

Minooka Subaru paid for about 130 kids to bowl and Montage Mountain donated $1.00 per strike.

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