GAINESVILLE - National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month is upon us. <br />
To that end, Chrysler has teamed up with the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights to instill bullying prevention instincts in parents, teachers and students that are equal to that of putting on a seatbelt in a car. The bullying prevention campaign coincides with Chrysler's long standing Drive for the Kids program, which helps area schools raise additional funds.<br />
On October 18 from 5:00-8:30 during the Fall Festival at Mount Vernon Exploratory, Hayes Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge Inc. of Gainesville will host a Chrysler Drive for the Kids fundraiser to benefit the school and educate parents on how to prevent bullying before it starts, through RFK Project SEATBELT (Safe Environments Achieved Through Bullying Prevention Engagement Leadership Teaching Respect). Find more information here, http://bullying.rfkcenter.org/.<br />
For every test drive taken during the hours of the fundraiser, the school will earn $10 from Chrysler brand to be put toward enrichment programs of their choice.
Due to program and enrollment growth at its Cumming Campus, the University of North Georgia plans to lease the top floor of the Cumming City Hall for its Master of Business Administration and continuing education and professional development programs, that according to Associate Vice President of University Relations Kate Maine.
With two-thirds of Hall County’s population living south of Oakwood (according to the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce) the South Hall Business Coalition wanted to hear from Sheriff Gerald Couch and tour the new Sheriff’s Office headquarters building that opened in their part of the county in November 2014.