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2018 Rally For Bully Free Communities Retrospective

October 9, 2018 • Events,Pressroom
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We would like to thank everyone – students, adults, volunteers, Council of Business Partners, and CFMC Board of Directors – who made the 2018 Campaign for Bully-Free Communities Rally a

great success. This year we were joined by over 400 youth and adults for a morning of team-building activities followed by inspirational words from incredible speakers who shared their personal stories. October 4th truly was a day where Middlesex County (and beyond) came together to affirm our commitment to be UP-Standers by taking the Bully-Free Communities Pledge.

Take a look at some of the fun we had this year:

Thank you to Mercy High School, Xavier High School, Snow Elementary School (Middletown Public Schools), East Hampton Middle School, Valley Regional High School, John Winthrop Middle School, Essex Elementary School, Deep River Elementary School, Chester Elementary School, Strong Middle School and Memorial Middle School (Region 13), Westbrook High School, Westbrook Middle School, Morgan High School, Highland Elementary and Chapman Elementary (Cheshire), North Haven High School and Middle School, Rushford Academy, MARC Community Resources, Vista Life Innovations, Inc., Trooper Taylor & K9 Lucas, EMPOWER Leadership Sports, Middlefield Volunteer Fire Department, The First Tee of Connecticut, Rushford Center, Renee DiNino & iHeartRadio, Donny Marshall, Jason Otrin of Greater Things Technology, all the Community Foundation of Middlesex County volunteers, Board of Directors, and members of the Council of Business Partners Fund for a great Rally for Bully Free Communities.