PINK SHIRT DAY: Anti-Bullying Mob Shines In North Delta

Desibuzzbc-Banner-Metrics-FinalStop-bullying Stop-bullying2On Wednesday, February 27, more than 1,000 students from six schools in Delta, BC (Chalmers Elementary, Annieville Elementary, Jarvis Traditional Elementary, McCloskey Elementary,Gibson Elementary, and Richardson Elementary) took part in a Flash Mob style dance.The BC Lions were also be involved as their Running Back, Tyler Davis, and team mascot Leo the Lion will also be seen dancing. This will be taking place outside on the grass field at the North Delta Secondary School (11447 82 Ave, Delta, BC V4C 5J6) from12:15pmonwards. Additionally, a second Anti-Bullying Flash Mob will be held onMarch 6, 2018. This Flash Mob will be in partnership with the Surrey School District and will involve more than 200 school kids from Surrey, BC. The participating schools will be Tamanawis Secondary and Beaver Creek Elementary. This will be taking place outside on the grass field at Beaver Creek Elementary (6505 – 123A Street, Surrey, BC  V3W 5Y5) at12:15pm. Organiser Sean Bindra says, “We need to celebrate our differences and support one another. Our differences are what make us strong, and therefore we need to encourage each other to be ourselves. I encourage the community toplease attend and supportthis Anti-Bullying initiative in large numbers. Let’s show our youth that we fully support their commitment and dedication to help put an end to bullying.”

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