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Anti-Bullying Pink T-Shirt

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 Congratulations to Amy Darkes from Waterloo Oxford District Secondary School for winning the 2017 Pink Shirt Design Contest!
Pink Shirt Day is coming. Make sure you purchase your pink shirt and rock it on February 22nd, 2017. Processes of all t-shirt purchases go toward WAYVE. Wellness Acceptance Youth Voices Empowerment (WAYVE) is a mental health awareness and bullying prevention group focusing on youth leadership and community building in Waterloo Region
Shirts are available to be purchased (starting January 17th, 2017) at the following locations:

The Record-160 King Street East, Kitchener Hours are Monday to Friday 9am-4pm
Plato's Closet- 700 Strasburg Road, Kitchener Hours are Monday to Friday 10am-9pm, Saturday 10am-6pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm
Smitty's Fine Furniture - 170 Gateway Park Drive, Kitchener Hours are Monday to Friday 10am -8pm, Saturday 10am-5pm , Sunday 11am-5pm
KW Habilitation- 99 Ottawa Street South, Kitchener Hours are Monday- Sunday 8:30am-4pm
Also you can purchase shirts online at The Record Store please note that there is NO SHIPPING online, purchases need to be picked up at The Record

What is Pink Shirt Day?
In 2007, two high school students from the small community of Cambridge in Nova Scotia witnessed a Grade 9 boy being bullied for wearing a pink polo shirt. Bullies harassed the boy, for wearing pink and threatened to beat him up. The next day hundreds of students showed up wearing pink clothes to take a stand against the bullies.  It was this story that inspired the movement Pink Shirt Day.  
Bullying is a major issue at local schools, workplaces, homes, and over the Internet. The Waterloo Region Record recognizes the problem and is encouraging the community to come together and help each other grow. Purchase your shirt to make a stand against bullying in Waterloo Region.