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The 2014 Many Faces of Autism calendar winner named

Sara Jane Eschete, Hope for Three’s 2014 The Many Faces of Autism calendar cover winner is pictured with her parents Rachel and Carlton Eschete and Darla Farmer, Hope for Three Founder.

Congratulations to little Miss Sara Jane Eschete.  She is Hope for Three’s 2014 The Many Faces of Autism calendar cover winner.  The 3 year old, who reigns from Pearland, Texas, is the daughter of Rachel and Carlton Eschete.  Sara Jane was diagnosed with autism at 18 months.

They say a child brings out the best in people and according to Sara’s Mom, Rachel, that could not be truer for Sara Jane.

“Her smile is contagious and her sweet demeanor can break down the strongest of wills,” said Rachel.  “Her curiosity for the world forces you to stop and smell the roses.  She has a quiet confidence that speaks through her eyes from a soul well beyond her years.”

Along with carrying the winning title for Hope for Three 2014 The Many Faces of Autism calendar, Sara Jane will grace the cover of 1,000 calendars.

She also earned $250, which her parents and family friend, Christie Johnson (unofficial photographer), decided to donate back to Hope for Three in an effort to assist other families.

Joining Sara Jane are 12 winners who coveted a title for each month of the year.  The tax deductible cost of the 2014 The Many Faces of Autism calendar is $10 and will be available October 14.

Purchases can be made via the Hope for Three website  or call 1-800-317-0787.

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