Community to support teen with autism by signing his yearbook

Preston Miller came home from school last week upset. He shared with his parents that he didn’t get any signatures in his middle school yearbook. His dad knew he had to do something to help, so he organized a drive-by autograph session happening tomorrow so his son would know the community stands behind him.

We shared Preston’s story on Sweet Buffalo and there was an outpouring of love and support. Members of C-Shift and City of Tonawanda Professional Firefighters Local 859 stopped by to sign Preston’s yearbook and 50 high school students wrote notes of encouragement for Preston.

We invited Preston and his dad on our Sweet Buffalo segment on WIVB Channel 4 News and the staff at News 4 signed his yearbook and gave him a tour of the station!
 
 

He shook everyone’s hand and thanked them for their kindness. Preston is a remarkable young man with a heart of gold and we were so happy we could make him smile! A “Drive-by Yearbook Signing for Preston” will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 22 at 265 Rogers Avenue in Tonawanda.

 
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Thank you to our friends at Basil Toyota & Basil Volkswagen for helping us in our mission to share stories that make a difference. 

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