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Blue lights shine for autism

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Naperville's Millennium Carillon will honor World Autism Awareness month by shining blue lights from Moser Tower from April 1-13.

On April 14 the lights will change to green in celebration of Earth Day activities throughout the rest of the month. The annual lighting schedule includes red, white and blue lighting for Independence Day and Veterans Day, orange lighting for Halloween, blue lighting for Hanukkah, and red/green for Christmas.

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