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Soiree in the vines raises funds for D'Vine Path

 

Last updated 9/22/2019 at 12:33am

Chris Miller, vineyard instructor, shows guests how to press grapes, during the Vineyard Soiree, Saturday, Sept. 14.

Kyarra Harris

Special to Village News

Statistics show that more than half of young adults with autism remain unemployed or unenrolled in higher education after finishing high school, according to Autism Speaks. D'Vine Path seeks to change that statistic with their program to help young adults with high-functioning autism and Asperger's gain employment and social skills.

Established on the Batali Ranch owned by Lenila and Brent Batali, students gain skills with the hands on responsibilities of growing and tending to vineyards. The Vineyard Soiree, held Sept. 14, was a fundraiser with 100...



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