Carnival lowers barriers for autistic kids

The Woodallkids Carnival featuring balloons, animals, games, face painting, food and prizes was a fun-raiser more than a fund-raiser although monies raised will support programs and services provided by the Brent Woodall Foundation to families affected by autism and developmental disabilities. The event was held May 4. “This is one of our favorite events because…

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Sissy Courtney
Sissy Courtney is Elaine Paniszczyn’s nemesis. She also earned a degree in Journalism with English as a second major from East Texas A&M in Commerce. She taught journalism in Midland and Lewisville for 23 years. After retiring last year, she put her skills to work for Rambler Newspapers. Her pastimes are reading, dancing, traveling, and spending time with friends and her dog Miss Piggy.