Frostig Center Builds Hope With Benefit

The Frostig Center, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children with learning differences, held its benefit dinner recently at the Altadena Town & Country Club. Guests enjoyed an evening of dining, inspiring performances, a silent auction and a live auction. NBC4 Southern California reporter Patrick Healy served as emcee.
“The benefit was a fun and uplifting evening for everyone,” said Frostig Executive Director Dean Conklin. “It’s a moment to celebrate and support the students who attend Frostig School.”
Frostig School enrolls 125 students in grades 1-12 who have learning differences such as dyslexia, auditory processing disorders, ADHD and high-functioning autism. Frostig School draws students from throughout the greater Los Angeles area with its strong academic curriculum, robust arts program and on-site clinical services.

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