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Vigo Co. School Corp. Hosts Diversity Dash

Runners hit the pavement, and were sprayed by a rainbow of colors as they made their way through the trails.The event helped raise awareness for school's "HERO" initiative which helps students deal with bullying in the classroom - something organizers say everyone could benefit from. Around 1,000 runners came out to show their support for the anti-bullying project. Any proceeds will go toward the schools back-pack program, that helps keep students fed throughout the weekend.
Fairbanks Park got a little color Saturday morning.

The Vigo County School Corporation hosted the Diversity Dash.
   
Runners hit the pavement, and were sprayed by a rainbow of colors as they made their way through the trails.
   
The event helped raise awareness for school's "HERO" initiative which helps students deal with bullying in the classroom - something organizers say everyone could benefit from.

"It's so important for everyone to understand how to responsibilities and how to prevent bullying from happening. We just want to show that everybody can be positive and our learning environment is for the student and when they come together is just creates a great diverse day," said organizers Kelsey Brosey.

Around 1,000 runners came out to show their support for the anti-bullying project.
   
Any proceeds will go toward the schools back-pack program, that helps keep students fed throughout the weekend.

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