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Sharing Bully-Free Messages on iHeart Radio with Renee DiNino

September 30, 2019 • In the News: TV and Radio,Pressroom
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We wish to give a big THANK YOU to our friend and Campaign for Bully-Free Communities Ambassador, Renee DiNino.

Renee has welcomed a variety of guests on her show to talk about the importance of being Upstanders, not bystanders, to support our neighbors and friends in times of need.

You can catch all the fun of our conversation with Renee HERE

Dave Director, Connecticut Lighting Centers and Founding member of the CFMC Council of Business Partners, Donny Marshall, CFMC Campaign for Bully-Free Communities Spokesperson, Renee DiNino, iHeart Radio and CFMC Campaign for Bully-Free Communities Ambassador, and Cynthia H. Clegg, President & CEO, Community Foundation of Middlesex County (CFMC)

 “13 Reasons Why” Netflix Series: Creating A Community Dialogue

The controversial Netflix series “13 Reasons Why” has highlighted the need for continued awareness and education on the factors that can lead to teen suicide, and how to recognize and respond to those who are struggling.  Working with RUSHFORD, a Hartford Healthcare Partner we have compiled additional information and guides for your use within your school community:

13 Reasons Why: Considerations For Educators

13 Reasons Why: How School Counselors Can Help

Tips For Parents: Talking About 13 Reasons Why

Campaign for Bully-Free Communities Featured on WTNH CT Style

October 13, 2016 • In the News: TV and Radio,Pressroom
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Nick Blue, Cynthia Clegg (CFMC), and David Maloney, CT Association of Schools joined CT Style to talk about National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, the Council of Business Partners WTNH CT Style SegmentCampaign for Bully-Free Communities, and how to be an Agent of Change in our community.

Watch the segment HERE – WTNH CT Style, October 12, 2016

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CFMC Council of Business Partners members Dave Shulman and Liz Shulman on Better CT

October 16, 2015 • In the News: TV and Radio,Pressroom
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Did you catch Dave Shulman and Liz Shulman of CFMC Council of Business Partners on Better Connecticut? They were talking about the Campaign for Bully-Free Communities and the 2nd annual Rally:

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Sarah Cody Sits Down with Liz Shulman and Cynthia Clegg

Bully-Free Communities Campaign highlighted in the Hartford Courant and FoxCT

Sarah Cody sat down with CFMC President & CEO Cynthia H. Clegg and Bully-Free Communities Campaign Partner Liz Shulman to discuss why this campaign is so important to the youth of Middlesex County and Connecticut.

Liz Shulman with Sarah Cody preparing to tape the interview at CFMC

Liz Shulman with Sarah Cody preparing to tape the interview at CFMC

Read the article on the Hartford Courant HERE

Watch Sarah’s interview with Liz and Cynthia HERE

 

WRCH Spotlights Bully-free Communities Campaign

October 20, 2014 • In the News: TV and Radio,Pressroom
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WRCH 100.5 FM Stands with CFMC for Change and Bully-free CommunitiesScanlon_WRCH_image

Mary Scanlon welcomed Community Foundation of Middlesex County (CFMC) President & CEO Cynthia H. Clegg, CFMC Council of Business Partners chair David Director, and Connecticut Association of Schools Assistant Executive Director Dave Maloney to talk about the Campaign for Bully-free Communities.

Click on the image link below to visit WRCH 100.5’s Spotlite page to read about the Campaign and listen to Mary Scanlon’s interview:

Click the image to visit WRCH's Spotlight with Mary Scanlon and listen to the interview about the Campaign for Bully-free Communities

Click the image to visit WRCH’s Spotlight with Mary Scanlon and listen to the interview about the Campaign for Bully-free Communities

 

Thank you, Mary Scanlon, for taking the Bully-free Pledge and Standing Together for Change.

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