WESTVILLE – Nearly 100 La Porte County adults in positions of influence are better prepared to address and prevent bullying after attending an anti-bullying seminar at Purdue University Northwest on Friday.

Bailey Huston, coordinator of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, helped attendees properly define bullying, understand the dynamics behind it, and identify effective ways to intervene and advocate on behalf of bullying victims.

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