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#AJO Movement Keeps Spreading

Even more local organizations are joining the #AJO movement as it continues to spread across the globe.
Even more local organizations are joining the #AJO movement as it continues to spread across the globe. Picasso's sandwich shop on interchange road is joining the efforts to pay it forward and spread epilepsy awareness.The shop is selling #AJO memorabilia, and proceeds from their most popular sandwiches will go directly to the #AJO forever foundation.

Kearsarge Fire Department is also showing their support for their fellow Millcreek residents. The department is hosting their open house today for the community. The department was be selling purple #AJO t-shirts to support the cause.

Picasso's owner and operators Ray Stolz and Donny Wisniewski commented, "Well a lot of our works actually know Alyssa from high school so we just figured it was a great way to share in that their doing and it's such a great cause as well". John Hanke, Chief Kearsarge Fire Department says, "we've been taking phone calls from Arizona, Texas and Canada. Everyone wants a t-shirt and all the money goes to a good cause. "

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