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Beyond A Spectrum autism treatment center Executive Director Tracy Regard (left) and Board President Jessica Dekle (center) accept the “big check” from Central Louisiana Community Foundation CEO Liv Mileshko. The Marksville agency received the $12,000 grant from CLCF to fund a “sensory room” for autism therapy. {Photo courtesy of Tracy Regard}

'Beyond A Spectrum' treatment center receives grant for ‘sensory room’

Children with autism in this area will soon have access to a new therapy, thanks to a grant awarded to Beyond A Spectrum (BAS), a non-profit organization in Marksville.

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Tyler Couvillion, 14, of Hessmer sends the ball down the alley during the state Special Olympics Bowling Tournament on Jan. 11 in Baton Rouge.

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Tyler Couvillion, who has autism, displays his gold medal for bowling he won at the state Special Olympics tournament. Tyler is 14 and attends Bunkie Magnet High School.

Young bowler wins state Gold Medal

Tyler Couvillion, 14, of Hessmer bowled an 89 to earn a gold medal in his division at the Louisiana Special Olympics Tournament in Baton Rouge on Jan. 11.

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