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Photo Gallery: Bullying Prevention Walk-a-Thon and Wellness Fair

| Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018, 8:06 p.m.
A Bullying Prevention Walk-a-Thon and Wellness Fair was held at Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship campus for the sixth year on Saturday, September 22. The event brings the community together for a family fun day while bringing awarness to preventative measures against bullying. Taking their turn around the track are PCHSE teachers Loren Pacchioni, Sarah Wisniewski, Kim Bailey, and Delaney Green, 8, PHCSE student. Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
A Bullying Prevention Walk-a-Thon and Wellness Fair was held at Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship campus for the sixth year on Saturday, September 22. The event brings the community together for a family fun day while bringing awarness to preventative measures against bullying. Taking their turn around the track are PCHSE teachers Loren Pacchioni, Sarah Wisniewski, Kim Bailey, and Delaney Green, 8, PHCSE student. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
A Bullying Prevention Walk-a-Thon and Wellness Fair was held at Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship campus for the sixth year on Saturday, September 22. The event brings the community together for a family fun day while bringing awarness to preventative measures against bullying.  Sophia Zuk, 5, digs into a multi-flavored icee to cool off after walking the track. Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
A Bullying Prevention Walk-a-Thon and Wellness Fair was held at Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship campus for the sixth year on Saturday, September 22. The event brings the community together for a family fun day while bringing awarness to preventative measures against bullying. Sophia Zuk, 5, digs into a multi-flavored icee to cool off after walking the track. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review
A Bullying Prevention Walk-a-Thon and Wellness Fair was held at Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship campus for the sixth year on Saturday, September 22. The event brings the community together for a family fun day while bringing awarness to preventative measures against bullying.  Alionah DeHonney, 6, spins the game wheel at the GoApe Tree Top Adventure exhibit at the Wellness Fair.  Lillian DeDomenic  |  For The Tribune Review
A Bullying Prevention Walk-a-Thon and Wellness Fair was held at Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship campus for the sixth year on Saturday, September 22. The event brings the community together for a family fun day while bringing awarness to preventative measures against bullying. Alionah DeHonney, 6, spins the game wheel at the GoApe Tree Top Adventure exhibit at the Wellness Fair. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune Review

A Bullying Prevention Walk-a-Thon and Wellness Fair was held at Penn Hills Charter School of Entrepreneurship campus for the sixth year on Sept. 22. The event brings the community together for a family fun day while bringing awareness to preventative measures against bullying.

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