Rocking out for autism

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Big-hearted boroughites made a beeline for St. Patrick’s School, where they rocked out with a stellar crop of music-makers to help raise money for children who face challenges in daily life.

The April 17 benefit for people with autism featured a sweet medley from headliners “Holy Grail” — featuring Harry DeMeo, Jim Cronin, Richie Rollo and Robert LaSalle — and turning the school on Fourth Avenue, between 96th and 97th streets, into a mini Madison Square Garden.

Proceeds will benefit the HeartShare School on Bath Avenue, between Bay 19th and Bay 20th streets.

The facility serves clients 5–21 years old suffering from autism.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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