PHOTOS: Pink Shirt Day in Sylvan Lake

By Megan Roth

Pink Shirt Day was celebrated on Feb. 27 and is an anti bullying initiative

Photo Courtesy of Sylvan Lake FCSS Facebook
Students from C.P. Blakely School went on a walk around the community on Feb. 27 in support of Pink Shirt Day. Photo courtesy of C.P. Blakely School’s Facebook
Pink shirts could be found all across Sylvan Lake on Feb. 27, including the Municipal Government Building where staff joined in on the project. Photo Courtesy of the Town of Sylvan Lake Facebook
The Community and Family Centre was bedecked with pink on Wednesday, and many of those who work at the centre wore pink to stand up to bullying, like those from FLipside Youth Centre. Photo Courtesy of Sylvan Lake FCSS Facebook

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