Rush Players with EPS K-9 Today at Rise UP against Bullying Pep
Edmonton, AB--This FREE event was open to all Schools, grades 6 thru 12, and was designed to engage youth with an interactive and exciting approach to bullying prevention ... Empowering them with the important facts and knowledge that they can use moving forward towards their peers.
The Edmonton Rush and Edmonton Police Service join together as a resource for students to Rise UP Against Bullying. Both organizations pledged to Rise Up Against Bullying with the students.
The Edmonton Rush and Edmonton Police Service were working together as a safe resource to being approached for concerns and issues for students. The students enjoyed a fun and interactive Pep Rally with both organizations.
With the assistance of Keynote speaker: Professor Curtis Malin an elementary school teacher with the Edmonton Public School Board and a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Blackbelt. And Professor Andrew Gummer a Brazilian Jiu- Jitsu blackbelt andthe instructor/owner of Arashi-Do Martial Arts. They delivered a one-of-a-kind bully prevention program.
The Rush take to Crystal Glass Field tonight at 7 p.m. to battle divisional rivals the Minnesota Swarm. Tickets available at 780 732-RUSH.
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