Santa visits Bay City's Covenant Center for Autism
BAY CITY, Mich. - Santa Claus came to town a little bit early for some kiddos in Bay City.
The big man himself, along with firefighters greeted children at the Covenant Center for Autism.
On hand of course, a fire truck and Santa's helpers.
"We do this cause it’s one of those things that it makes it really special for our families because when the families are here. they miss out on a lot of thing the kids would get a school like school pictures we have someone come in to do that for them,” said autism coordinator Tim Obertein.
The Covenant Center for Autism is one of only five clinics in the state that has diagnostic screening for children who are showing signs of autism.