WHITEHALL TWP., Pa. - A seven-year-old girl held a fundraiser Sunday afternoon in Whitehall to support Autism research.
"Krayzome for Cam," a pool party that went from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday at the Ramada Inn in Whitehall Township, was the brainchild of a local girl, Nikaiyah, who wanted to help raise money for autism, the disease her six-year-old brother, Camden, suffers from.
The event featured performance by DJ Gauge and That Being Said, a cover band. Custom Creations provided the crafts and cakes.
According Nikaiyah's father, Stephen Walker, Nikaiyah started her own company to do events and raise money for several causes including autism.
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