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Makenna Hogan, 14, left, and Maddie Stoeberl, 13, both eighth-grade students at Willmar Middle School and members of the student council, talk Wednesday about their anti-bullying efforts. The students were dressed in orange for National Unity Day, part of Bullying Prevention Month. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

Members of the Student Council at Willmar Middle School unite to address their fellow students in an effort to put an end to bullying

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Orange was the color of the day Wednesday at Willmar Middle School, to celebrate National Unity Day, part of Bullying Prevention Month. Unity Day was part of a week of programs and activities related to bullying prevention. Students and teachers wore orange clothing around the school. Those who didn’t have orange clothing sported orange ribbons tied around their wrists.


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Linda Vanderwerf

I cover education issues for the West Central Tribune and have worked for the paper since 1995. I have worked in journalism since 1981.

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