SALT LAKE CITY — Community members will be recognized for their efforts to stop bullying as part of National Bullying Prevention Month.
The Disability Law Center announced its community awards event, An Evening of Recognition, Oct. 5 at The Leonardo in downtown Salt Lake City.
The Stop Bullying Awards recognize outstanding efforts to stop bullying in Utah’s schools and communities.
Rep. Carol Spackman Moss, D-Holladay, will receive the Community Advocacy Award. Nichole Lee, entrepreneur/blogger/singer, will get the Student Advocacy Award. The Educator Award goes to Carrie Jensen of Prevent Child Abuse - Utah. And the Family Member Award will be presented to Christopher and Betsy Burton, King’s English Bookshop.
The Disability Law Center provides free-of-charge legal assistance to people with disabilities regardless of income, legal status, language or residence. For more information, visit www.disabilitylawcenter.org.
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