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Alexander Prentice, 5, of Burton, Mich., smiles as he searches for items at the bottom of a sand bin in the reinforcement room, which allows technicians to work with children on building on skill sets at Genesee Health System's new Children's Autism Center on Jan. 16, 2014 in Flint. The 11,000-square foot building on Robert T. Longway Boulevard is expected to help nearly 100 children here. (AP Photo/The Flint Journal, Jake May ) LOCAL TV OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT
Alexander Prentice, 5, of Burton, Mich., smiles as he searches for items at the bottom of a sand bin in the reinforcement room, which allows technicians to work with children on building on skill sets at Genesee Health System's new Children's Autism Center on Jan. 16, 2014 in Flint. The 11,000-square foot building on Robert T. Longway Boulevard is expected to help nearly 100 children here. (AP Photo/The Flint Journal, Jake May ) LOCAL TV OUT; LOCAL INTERNET OUT –Jake May
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