Thousands of bottles and cans were collected today in Holland Patent to help lend a helping hand for those with autism.
The bottle and can drive was held in association with the Kelberman Center for Autism Services. It was run by the family of Wyatt Humpf, a Holland Patent High School student who has autism.
"We're helping the community to support the Kelberman center to raise money," said Humpf, who is a manager for the Holland Patent football team. "And we're trying to make the world a better place."
The bottle and can drive raised over $4,000 last year for the Kelberman Center. The Humpf family is hoping for a similar number this year.