Columbus Middle School Students Take Part In Anti-Bullying Talk


UPDATED: Friday May 17, 2013 5:43 PM

A group of Columbus middle schools held anti-bullying talks on Friday for their students.

The group "Never Accept Bullying" went to Mifflin Middle School to spread their message against bullying.

The organization's co-founders teamed up with Power 107.5 DJ Terrence Sigers to show students what their decisions mean.

Founder Lance Sullivan says the program hit close to home.

"For me, it was a personal story, it was so real, and I wanted to be able to say that story mainly because it's right here, it happened down the street and they can relate to it," Sullivan said.

Sigers said all he wants is to see members of the younger generations make better decisions to help bullying come to an end.

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