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Golf Course

In recent years, the Rewired committee has honored an individual at our annual golf outing.

In addition, we award scholarships to college students who are pursuing a career in the special education field. These individuals are hand-selected by our board members through an application process.


If you would like to become a possible candidate for a scholarship, please send us an email for more information regarding the application process.

Scroll down to see the list of past scholarship and award recipients


Spring Event Honorees

Scholarship Recipient

Suzanne Reek ------ Humanitarian Award ----- Sue has dedicated her life to giving back to the community. We are so thankful for her service and the relationship we have built together!

Robinson Inc. ------ Humanitarian Award ----- Robinson has been the Platinum Sponsor of our golf outing for several years. We couldn't be more grateful for their outstanding dedication to our organization!

Patrick Shaw ------ SUNY Maritime College, class of 2026


Golf Outing Honoree

Scholarship Recipient

Due to Covid-19, there were no honorees or scholarship recipients for our 2020 outing.


Golf Outing Honoree

Scholarship Recipient

Anthony Ioanna ------ Anthony was awarded for his contributions to the NSASA group,  his general advocacy, and his philanthropy towards autistic causes.  Anthony has two boys on the spectrum and takes them to many NSASA events every year.  Anthony serves on the board of directors for "Be the Best Sport" which is a sports program geared towards the learning disabled and runs a popular charity poker tournament to benefit the organization.

Ciara Freeman ------ Ciara is studying nursing at the University of Pittsburgh. She has been surrounded by members of the special needs community throughout her life, which inspired her to pursue nursing as a career. While not at school, which works very closely with adults with autism.


Scholarship Recipient

Keren Deneny ---- Keren is studying Elementary and Special Education at Providence College. She has a strong background in assisting children with special needs and is looking to make a career out of it in the future.

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