State's first lady promotes autism awareness in Edison

New Jersey's first lady was in Edison today taking part in autism awareness month.Mary Pat Christie spent time this morning with autistic students at Woodrow

EDISON - New Jersey's first lady was in Edison today taking part in autism awareness month.

Mary Pat Christie spent time this morning with autistic students at Woodrow Wilson Middle School. She said the visit was part of an effort to draw attention to local efforts on autism awareness.

In addition to visits across the Garden State, the first lady said the governor's official home, Drumthwacket, will be lit with blue lights in honor of autism awareness month.

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