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Fifth anti-bullying walk coming up at Penn Hills charter school

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| Thursday, September 21, 2017 11:36 a.m
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Participants pose for the camera during a previous anti-bullying walk.
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In this undated photo provided by Dianne Grossman, Grossman, right, poses with her daughter Mallory Grossman. The New Jersey mother is suing her late daughter's school district because she says they didn't do enough to stop cyber bullying against her daughter that led the 12-year-old to kill herself. (Courtesy of Dianne Grossman via AP)
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Dianne, center, and Seth Grossman, right, parents of Mallory Grossman, look as their attorney, Bruce Nagel, holds up a cell phone during a news conference in Roseland, N.J., Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017. The New Jersey mother is suing her late daughter's school district because she says they didn't do enough to stop cyber bullying against her daughter that led the 12-year-old to kill herself. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
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Dianne Grossman, mother of Mallory Grossman, speaks to reporters while her attorney Bruce Nagel looks on during a news conference in Roseland, N.J., Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017. The New Jersey mother is suing her late daughter's school district because she says they didn't do enough to stop cyber bullying against her daughter that led the 12-year-old to kill herself.
Murrysville teen crowned Miss Pennsylvania Collegiate, will promote anti-bullying initiatives
The Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship will host a walk Sept. 30 to take steps against bullying. The fifth annual Anti-Bullying Walk is part...

The Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship will host a walk Sept. 30 to take steps against bullying.

The fifth annual Anti-Bullying Walk is part of the school’s participation in the national Olweus program aimed at helping students recognize bullying, identify the warning signs and understand its impact.

Participants can register at the school at 2501 Main St. in Penn Hills on the day of the event. The walk is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

There will be a DJ and prizes awarded during the walk. A wellness fair featuring free health screenings, an obstacle course, bouncy house, health care booths and other activities will take place at the school after the walk.

Dillon Carr is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 412-871-2325, dcarr@tribweb.com or via Twitter @dillonswriting.

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