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Pink is popular for anti-bullying day in Parksville Qualicum Beach

PINK FOR ANTI-BULLYING: Pink was the predominant colour of fashion on February 26 in schools throughout the province as hundreds of students took a stand against bullying. At Ballenas Senior Secondary, Grade 9 student Jakob Halcro not only wore a pink shirt to support the anti-bullying message, he also added some extra pink touches to the hair of Grade 11 student Rhys Barsby.  - BRENDA GOUGH PHOTO
PINK FOR ANTI-BULLYING: Pink was the predominant colour of fashion on February 26 in schools throughout the province as hundreds of students took a stand against bullying. At Ballenas Senior Secondary, Grade 9 student Jakob Halcro not only wore a pink shirt to support the anti-bullying message, he also added some extra pink touches to the hair of Grade 11 student Rhys Barsby.
— image credit: BRENDA GOUGH PHOTO

PINK FOR ANTI-BULLYING: Pink was the predominant colour of fashion on February 26 in schools throughout the province as hundreds of students took a stand against bullying. At Ballenas Senior Secondary, Grade 9 student Jakob Halcro not only wore a pink shirt to support the anti-bullying message, he also added some extra pink touches to the hair of Grade 11 student Rhys Barsby

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