Winner Drawn in Kempf’s Jewelers’ $6,000 Rolex Watch Raffle to Benefit Florida Techs Scott Center for Autism Treatment
MELBOURNE, FLA.—Otto Jelinek of Jacksonville, Fla., won a $6,000 Rolex Perpetual Submariner watch donated by Kempf’s Jewelers in Indialantic. The raffle raised funds for Florida Institute of Technology’s Scott Center for Autism Treatment. The prize was a Model 16610 Rolex Oyster men’s watch.
The Scott Center opened in October 2009. It provides treatment, education and training for persons with autism spectrum disorders and their families from Brevard, Indian River, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Volusia counties. The center implements research-based practices, partners with schools and families and collaborates with other professionals in this new facility.
The center’s website is http://research.fit.edu/scottcenter/
CUTLINE: At the raffle drawing, from left: Florida Tech Dean of the College of Psychology and Liberal Arts Mary Beth Kenkel; Executive Director, Scott Center for Autism Treatment Fran Warkomski; and Program Director, Scott Center for Autism Treatment Ivy Chong. Behind the counter are Gale and Jason Kempf.