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MLL Denver Outlaws present “A Night for Zachary” at 7:00pm tomorrow as they battle the Chicago Machine at INVESCO Field. Zachary Austin, who lives with autism and epilepsy, will be celebrated at the game with the support of the Outlaws, plus Lacrosse4Autism.com. L4A and the Outlaws hope to raise money for Zachary’s medical bills while also raising awareness about Autism. Keep Reading…

MLL Denver Outlaws present “A Night for Zachary” at 7:00pm tomorrow as they battle the Chicago Machine at INVESCO Field. Zachary Austin, who lives with autism and epilepsy, will be celebrated at the game with the support of the Outlaws, plus Lacrosse4Autism.com. L4A and the Outlaws hope to raise money for Zachary’s medical bills while also raising awareness about Autism.

Autism is a complex neurobiological disorder that interferes with communication and social skills, and may cause significant intellectual disability. The disorder becomes apparent in early childhood and lasts throughout the lifespan. Autism is associated with rigid routines and repetitive, obsessive behaviors. It is four times more common in boys than in girls.

You can help by making a donation here or by buying a ticket to the Outlaws game here.

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