Anthony Braswell of The Youth Alliance presented “The Power of One” at an anti-bullying assembly during Reedy Creek Middle School’s annual Reedy Creek Madness on Thursday, Feb. 27. After school, students played games, watched movies and sang karaoke. The day ended with a basketball game between students and faculty.
Anthony Braswell of The Youth Alliance presented “The Power of One” at an anti-bullying assembly during Reedy Creek Middle School’s annual Reedy Creek Madness on Thursday, Feb. 27. After school, students played games, watched movies and sang karaoke. The day ended with a basketball game between students and faculty. COURTESY OF REEDY CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL
Anthony Braswell of The Youth Alliance presented “The Power of One” at an anti-bullying assembly during Reedy Creek Middle School’s annual Reedy Creek Madness on Thursday, Feb. 27. After school, students played games, watched movies and sang karaoke. The day ended with a basketball game between students and faculty. COURTESY OF REEDY CREEK MIDDLE SCHOOL

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