December 02, 2008 MILTON – It is not easy finding a place where the children of Spectrum, a nonprofit support group for Gwinnett, North Fulton and Forsyth children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), can go as a group. But one place that opened its arms wide was Hunter's Christmas tree farm operated by Gordon and Brooke Hunter on Wood Road in Milton.
"We are thrilled to find a place to come where the kids can be themselves," said Spectrum member and parent Monique Bernstein. More than 60 families came for the hayrides around the tree farm and a chance to climb on a tractor, make ornaments and just have a good time."We were glad to open up a little early to give these kids a good time," said Brooke Hunter. "It is a great way to give something back to the community."For information about the tree farm to to www.hunterschristmastreefarm.com.
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