Archive for the ‘Bullying’ Category

Mission Moment – Be A Hero Anti-Bullying Program

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by Connie Alvarez, Payne Family Branch Manager Maricella*, age 6, started participating in the Be A Hero program at the request of her friend *Justin.  Julian told her the classes were fun. In addition, every child that participated in the program received a wrist band that reminded them that the Boys & Girls Club is […]
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Charger & Padre Players Team Up For BGCGSD Anti-Bullying Event

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San Diego Chargers kicker Nick Novak along with former Padres Edgar Gonzalez hosted an event at the Shortstop Barbershop on Monday, November 25 to promote “Cut It Out,’ an event to raise awareness and support anti-bullying campaigns around the county. Free haircuts were provided to everyone attended the event between 3:00pm to 7:30pm. Donations were […]
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A Real Life Bullying Blog: Bullying Is A Serious Issue

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A Real Life Bullying Blog: Bullying Is A Serious Issue by Destinee H., Linda Vista Teen Center Since I was a child, adults have rolled their eyes when I mentioned that “someone hurt my feelings.” I was called ‘over dramatic,’ ‘sensitive,’ and so on. They never called it ‘bullying,’ which now I see that it […]
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NFL Referee Mike Carey Is A BGCGSD Life Changer. View His Anti-Bullying PSA!

Click to view his BGCGSD Anti-Bullying PSA Michael “Mike” Carey is an American football official in the National Football League (NFL) since the 1990 NFL season. He began officiating football in 1972 working Pop Warner football games in the San Diego, California area. Later in 1985, he joined the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). Carey was […]
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