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Anti-bullying march set for Saturday
Save Our Next Generation
Liberty County commissioners declared Save Our Next Generation Day during their meeting Tuesday.

Orange will be the color of the day for an anti-bullying rally Saturday.

Save Our Next Generation is holding a march, from 10 a.m.-12 noon, to bring awareness to bullying.

Liberty County commissioners voted Tuesday to make Saturday “Save Our Next Generation Day.”

“Bullying is a huge problem,” said Lisa Brown, founder of Save Our Next Generation. “Five years ago, I was touched to found this anti-bullying rally. I have a heart for kids, especially when they are being taken advantage of. I wanted to show our kids that this community cared about them, not just saying we care but putting actions behind our words.”

The march will start Saturday at 10 a.m. from 740 Gen. Stewart Way, then proceed along Highway 84 to Gen. Screven Way. There it will turn toward the intersection with E.G. Miles Parkway. There, the march will reverse course and follow the same path back to its origination.

Marchers will begin to assemble at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. 

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