News of a red lanyard discovered at Disneyland Resort in California has gone viral. On Thursday, March 24, a Disneyland Cast Member discovered the lanyard and gave it to another Cast Member, who was working at a pin trading event. It contained four pins, but what sets it apart is the note that was attached. It states, “Hello! I am autistic, and I don’t talk much, but I would like to trade for Mickey Pins!” The Cast Members did as many Disney fans would expect, they filled up the lanyard with pins and added a Mickey Medallion. The owner did not return for the lanyard as hoped.
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Emily Fuller Gibby is a Cast Member who was working the event, and she wants to return the lanyard to its rightful owner. Gibby has taken to social media, adding pictures of the lanyard and asking anyone who knows to whom it might belong to contact her through Facebook or Instagram. If you have any information you can also call Disneyland Resort at 714-781-7277 and mention the lanyard. If you do not know who it belongs to, please still share the information. Gibby’s original post has already been shared more than 12,000 times. Sharing the post might help the lanyard to be returned to its rightful owner, and it will also spread the word during Autism Awareness Month.