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Anti-bullying program comes to schools, community

Free community program Feb. 23 at Tulalip Resort

School resource officers – Marysville Police officers who regularly work in middle, junior high and high schools – deal with many different issues. Unfortunately, they say bullying and harassment continues to be the biggest issue that our youth face at school, at home and in the workplace. 

Learn more at a community event Thursday, Feb. 23, at 7 p.m. at the Tulalip Resort Casino, Chinook Room. Guest speakers are Marc Mero, former WWE and WCE pro wrestler and founder of Champion of Choices, and Amy Briggs, a mother and school teacher who lost her son due to bullying. Their powerful message includes information on suicide prevention. Admission is free.

Anti-bullying assemblies will take place at all Marysville secondary schools Feb. 21-23. The Marysville Police Department thanks generous community members for donations that funded this important program.

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