The District of Lake Country employees donned pink shirts for Pink Shirt Day Wednesday, Feb. 28 to raise awareness against bullying. - Credit: Contributed

The District of Lake Country employees donned pink shirts for Pink Shirt Day Wednesday, Feb. 28 to raise awareness against bullying. - Credit: Contributed

Pink shirts in Lake Country

The district donned pink shirts to support the anti-bullying day

Staff members at the District of Lake Country dressed up for Pink Shirt Day.

The anti-bullying day is in its 10th year for Feb. 28.

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The focus of the campaign is to bring awareness to the issues around bullying, with this year’s focus on cyber bullying.

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