Jul 16, 2014 5:49 PM by News Staff
A Chico State summer camp that aids autistic teens and adults through the arts recently received some unexpected funding from a local business.
Cleanrite-Buildrite senior business development representative Jill Cooper, presented a $15,000 donation to Professor Rebecca Lytle, the adapted physical education program coordinator and director of a summer camp that aids autistic teens and adults through the arts.
Lytle found out last week that Cleanrite-Buildrite was donating $15,000 that was raised during a golf tournament. The check presentation was made Wednesday afternoon at Yolo Hall.
The Freedom in Elements camp is one of several summer programs hosted by CSU, Chico's Autism Clinic. The clinic is part of the Department of Kinesiology in the College of Communication and Education at CSU, Chico.
(Photos Courtesy: Chico State)