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Anti-bullying event also offers support for first-responders
Brown and Howard
Wearing an official T-shirt from the Bulloch County First Responders Appreciation & Anti-Bullying Day at Mill Creek Regional Park on Nov. 14, Branden Howard, 13, gets a hug from mom Donna Brown.

    This year's Bulloch County Anti-Bullying Day also focused on the appreciation of local first-responders. The event was also held in memory of Ty Cobler, who passed away on Feb. 5. Cobler was the former owner of TC Outdoors in Statesboro.

Attendees at the event enjoyed a day of community bonding and games, and all proceeds from the event were given to the Statesboro Police Officers Foundation, and Pineland Mental Health.

Sponsors for the event included the Statesboro Police Officers Foundation, Morris Bank, Southern Chiropractic & Wellness Center, Josh D. Tucker P.C. and TC Outdoors.

Neriah Sherrod, 5, gets high fives from mom Angelica Fuller, right, and aunt Majesty Fuller, after exiting a bouncy play house.
Laylah Babot, 7, says hello to Cpl. Kyle Briley of the Statesboro Police Department and K-9 partner Rio.
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