Anti-bullying program comes to Pasco

March 5, 2014 

Don't Bully Program

Rodeo clown JJ Harrison rides his “horse” named Lightning on Wednesday during an anti-bullying program he and bull rider Derek Kolbaba, far right, 17, presented to students at Maya Angelou Elementary School in Pasco. Tyler Anderson, a second-grader, wears Kolbaba’s protective bull riding equipment before participating at the mock rodeo event. The program is sponsored by the Benton Franklin Fair & Rodeo. Harrison and Kolbaba are from Walla Walla.

BOB BRAWDY — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Rodeo clown JJ Harrison rides his "horse" named Lightning Wednesday during an anti-bullying program he and bull rider Derek Kolbaba, far right, 17, presented to students at Maya Angelou Elementary School in Pasco. Tyler Anderson, a second-grade student wears Kolbaba's protective bullriding equipment before participating in the mock rodeo event. The program is sponsored by the Benton Franklin Fair & Rodeo. The two presenters are both from Walla Walla.

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