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White Rock goes pink

City of White Rock council and staff show their support for anti-bullying efforts Wednesday. - Contributed photo
City of White Rock council and staff show their support for anti-bullying efforts Wednesday.
— image credit: Contributed photo

City of White Rock staff and council members donned pink shirts Wednesday, in support of Pink Shirt Day.

The fifth annual event supports anti-bullying efforts.

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