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Hurley’s Media, along with Burger King, Davenport Development and DART, has partnered with the Family Resource Centre to Stand Up to Bullying this October – which is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month.

As part of the Stand Up to Bullying campaign, two competitions are currently running for local students to enter to win prizes. First, they can submit a song they produced about Anti-Bullying or they can enter the poster design competition. The winner of each competition wins a prize from FLOW.

The Anti-Bullying Poster Competition is open to 11—17 year olds. Participants can submit their poster designs to frc@gov.ky by 31 October 2016. The Grand Prize winner’s poster will be used as the Family Resource Centre’s official Anti-Bullying campaign promo.

For the musically inclined, they can participate in an Anti-Bullying Song Competition. The competition is open to 11—17 year olds, who can submit a song with an “anti-bullying” theme and submit in mp3 format to contest@hurleysmedia.ky

The song contest Grand Prize winner gets a chance to work with local artist Josh Pearl and have their song professionally recorded.

The entry deadline is 31 October 2016.

Members of the public can also Stand Up to Bullying by purchasing a STOOD UP T-shirt. The cost is $10 for Adults and $5 for Children. Sizes are only guaranteed if ordered by 7 October.

The Family Resource Centre is urging members of the public to wear their t-shirts on Stand Up Day, which is on 14 October. Schools and offices are also welcome to arrange a dress down day for that date.

For more information on the Stand Up to Bullying campaign and contests, contact the Family Resource Centre at 949-0006, by email to frc@gov.ky or at Facebook.com/familyresourcecentre


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