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Bully Walk



The Bridge Teen Center’s 3rd Annual Bullying Stops Here Community Walk
is scheduled for Saturday, October 3, 2015. This year’s event will be held during National Bullying Prevention Month as part of the Mayor’s Campaign to End Bullying (a national initiative led locally by Orland Park Mayor Dan McLaughlin). This event is intended to educate, inspire, and rally the community together around the growing issue of bullying.

Designed for the entire family, walkers will begin and end their 1.5 mile walk “experience” outside the Franklin Loebe Center in Orland Park. Along the route, participants will visit experiential stations that represent each of the five afterschool program “buckets” at The Bridge. The walk will conclude with a celebration featuring live music, a culinary demonstration, an awards presentation, and food samples from several prominent local restaurants.

All proceeds support the innovative mission of The Bridge Teen Center, which proactively combats bullying by connecting, challenging, and empowering students on a daily basis. The Bridge provides a safe and positive environment where 7th-12th grade students can participate in FREE afterschool programs and weekend entertainment events.

Individual Walker Registration (11+) before 8/31: $20.00
Individual registration: $25 after 8/31
Team Registration (3+ people, fee per walker):$15.00
Team registration $25 after 8/31
Child under 10: No Fees (no t-shirts available)

Registration  9 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
Walk 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
Walk Celebration and Awards 10 a.m. - noon

Be one of the first 500 walkers to register and receive a free special edition Bullying Stops Here Community Walk t-shirt!
Raise $100 or more in support of The Bridge Teen Center and get a free Bridge hoodie!