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Friday 31 March 2017 | Published in Local

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Campaign aims to boost awareness of autism
Apii Mauke students are always keen to keep up with what's happening in the outside world and were the fi rst in the Cook Islands to celebrate the Light It Blue campaign. They're pictured studying copies of CI News when the school term began earlier this year. 17033012

The “Light It Up Blue” campaign has reached the Cook Islands and for the first time, Autism Cook Islands is joining with the global movement to support awareness of autism.

The “Light It Up Blue” campaign has reached the Cook Islands and for the first time, Autism Cook Islands is joining with the global movement to support awareness of autism.


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