Neighborhood Youth Summit to tackle bullying

The Family Place will host the Be Project 2011 Youth Summitt for teens aged 15-18, bringing local students together to help support efforts to end bullying in the school community.

The all-night lock-in will include interactive programs and provide information about teen bullying as well as dating violence. The event runs noon May 14 through 7 a.m. May 15 at University Park United Methodist Church.

The Family Place is a neighborhood nonprofit that offers support to families looking to start over after suffering from domestic abuse. They believe that education about bullying could prevent family violence in the future.

For an application to the summit, call 972. 243.1611. Admission is free.

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By |2011-05-02T13:00:53-05:00May 3rd, 2011|Education, Events, News, Nonprofits and Volunteers|0 Comments

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