Registration is now open for the 10th anniversary of the Scott Center for Autism Treatment’s An Evening of Hope, a milestone event that will pay tribute to the center’s past while also revealing new technology with the power to enrich the future for children with autism. An Evening of Hope X will be held Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018, at the Merritt Island home of Mike and Rashmi Shah, longtime supporters of the Scott Center and Florida Institute of Technology. Mike Shah serves on Florida Tech’s Board of Trustees. This special anniversary celebration honors Ed and Cheryl Scott and their instrumental role in the creation of the Florida Institute of Technology-based Scott Center, which provides children, youth and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) a full-range of evaluation and services, from diagnosis to intensive treatment. The event will also feature the unveiling of exciting new technology that will allow the Scott Center to offer its services to countless more families affected by ASD. This annual gala raises critical scholarship and subsidy funds for the Scott Center. Last year’s event raised $145,000, and organizers hope to exceed that amount at the 10th anniversary celebration. Sponsorships for An Evening of Hope X are available and range from the $500 Faith level to the $15,000 Hope level. All levels include tickets to the event. Fundraising efforts also include a raffle of an $8,450 Rolex Oyster Perpetual GMT-MASTER II donated by Kempf’s Jewelers. Raffle tickets are available for a suggested donation of $25 each at the Scott Center on the Florida Tech campus in Melbourne or at Kempf’s Jewelers, 336 Fifth Ave. in Indialantic.