Supporting the anti-bullying effort

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From left, Make Children Better Now’s Mike Neuts, Respect Revolution performers Mackenzie French, Alyssa Doherty and Hannah Teetzel accept a $5,000 cheque from Kent & Essex Mutual Insurance personnel Joanne Vansevenant and Rose Vanthuyne.
From left, Make Children Better Now’s Mike Neuts, Respect Revolution performers Mackenzie French, Alyssa Doherty and Hannah Teetzel accept a $5,000 cheque from Kent & Essex Mutual Insurance personnel Joanne Vansevenant and Rose Vanthuyne.

Kent & Essex Mutual Insurance recently donated $5,000 to support the Make Children Better Now effort, and the Respect Revolution anti-bullying campaign.

It’s the second straight year of such support.

Joanne Vansevenant of Kent & Essex said it’s just a matter of a local business helping to build a better community, and working with today’s youth to shape tomorrow’s citizens.

Rose Vanthuyne, who is also with the insurance firm, said it is important to help the students deliver the anti-bullying message.

The Respect Revolution visits schools throughout Chatham-Kent, as well as Windsor-Essex and Sarnia-Lambton, discussing bullying through performance and song.

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