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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Brian
Reagan Gillette was asleep in her bedroom after 1 a.m. Aug. 22, 2010, when she was startled by three Potter County deputies with flashlights. Do you know where your mom is, they asked. There were noises in the garage. Where are the keys?
The InFocus Project, an photography initiative of a Montgomery County-based agency that serves children and adults living with autism, is part of the agency's supportive employment program and began three years ago when several of the adults "expressed an interest in the arts."
Like Brian said, Mom would want it that way.
"We just wanted to be the best we could be for my mother," Brian said. "Our mom would not want us to sit back and mope about the situation. The quicker we got into school, the quicker we could move on and be successful."