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Fanny Float Makes A Big Splash!

Thousands of people in Lycoming County took advantage of today's beautiful weather. They supported children with special needs by floating down the Susquehanna River for the annual "Fanny Float" Eyewitness news reporter Valerie Tysanner has our story from Williamsport
Williamsport, Lycoming County- Some paddle. Some just drift along.  They're all floating for a Cause.
 
“To raise money for local children with disabilities.” said Organizer Dean Kriebel, of Andrew’s Special Kids Foundation. “As a parent of a special needs child, we know the expenses involved."
 The Fanny Float is an annual tradition in Williamsport. Thousands stop by to float down the Susquehanna River and support Andrew's Special Kids foundation. The foundation helps children with disabilities throughout Pennsylvania. At fifteen dollars a person, the fanny float is the group's big fundraiser.... Enabling the foundation to purchase adaptive equipment for special needs children as well as pay for out of state travel for doctor's appointments and therapies not covered by insurance.

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