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The anti-bullying message is getting out

The Bully Project, which involved the showing of an anti-bullying movie and other educational activities for local youth last month, seemed to be a success, organizers said.
CynDee Christiansen, Teen Court coordinator, reported that “Bully” the movie was shown on Nov. 16 at the Golden Belt Cinema 6 theaters and 179 school age youth signed in to see it. In addition to the youth, there were adult family members, community professionals, school personnel and community members in attendance.
The estimated attendance was 250 to 300 individuals. Present were counselors from area schools and mental health professionals to assist students and ...


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