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From left, Rockin' for Autism creator James Cronin, (Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

From left, Rockin' for Autism creator James Cronin, Developmental Disabilities Institute director of development Dan Rowland and DDI chief executive John Lessard. (Feb. 19, 2012)

Rockin' for Autism in Wantagh

The fifth annual Rockin' for Autism concert took place Sunday at Mulcahy's in Wantagh with performances from four local Long Island bands: Dr. G's All Star Veteran Band, One Step Ahead, Bon Journey and Time Warp.

One Step Ahead, one of the four local
(Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

One Step Ahead, one of the four local bands to perform at the Rockin' for Autism event in Wantagh, played top-40 hits to an enthusiastic audience. (Feb. 19, 2012)

From left, Rockin' for Autism creator James Cronin,
(Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

From left, Rockin' for Autism creator James Cronin, Developmental Disabilities Institute director of development Dan Rowland and DDI chief executive John Lessard. (Feb. 19, 2012)

The Fifth Annual Rockin' for Autism fundraiser was
(Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

The Fifth Annual Rockin' for Autism fundraiser was held at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh on Sunday. (Feb. 19, 2012)

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More than 100 baskets were donated by local
(Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

More than 100 baskets were donated by local businesses and individuals to auction during the Rockin' for Autism event at Mulcahy's in Wantagh. (Feb. 19, 2012)

James Cronin took the stage to encourage attendees
(Credit: Mary Kate Mahoney)

James Cronin took the stage to encourage attendees to participate in the raffles and basket auction during the Rockin' for Autism event at Mulcahy's in Wantagh. (Feb. 19, 2012)

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