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Zumbathon to Stomp Out Bullying!

Posted: 6/1/2015

“When my daughter was only 11-years-old, she tried to commit suicide after being bullied, physically and mentally, both at school on line. This event is her idea and she’s excited to bring awareness and share her story,“ said Hazel, the girl’s mother.

October is National Bullying Prevention Month and it’s time to show you care about this important cause. Wear your best orange (the color of bullying prevention) outfit and grab a spot on the dance floor for two hours of non-stop fun and all for a great cause.

Event details:

  • Join us at Snellville United Methodist Church, in Snellville, Georgia on Saturday, October 3rd from 10 am to noon.
  • Donation request is a minimum of $10 with the exception of younger children.
  • Funds will go directly to benefit PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center.
  • There will be guest speakers, raffles for big prizes, door prizes and more!
  • Learn more at the Facebook page Zumbathon to Stomp Out Bullying!

By: Anonymous