Up with People to offer anti-bullying workshop, clean up along Green trail

Up with People, which is presenting a concert in Auburn Friday and Saturday nights, Sept. 19 and 20, will offer anti-bullying workshops for all students at Showalter Middle School Thursday.

  • Monday, September 16, 2013 5:52pm
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Up with People, which is presenting concerts in Auburn Friday and Saturday nights, Sept. 19 and 20, will offer anti-bullying workshops for all students at Showalter Middle School Thursday.

Cast members will be in classrooms giving workshops and then the facilitators will perform in a mini-show of 30 minutes for all the students.

Also as part of its community service work in the area, the cast on Tuesday will help with the ongoing cleanup along the Green River Trail at the BECU campus in Tukwila.

Up with People is a non-profit, international global education and community leadership program for young people ages 17 to 29.

As part of a six-month worldwide tour, cast members are performing stage shows in Auburn at the Aubuen Performing Arts Center at Auburn High School and then at McCaw Hall in Seattle.

The group has worked in sponsorship with local Rotary clubs, including the Southcenter club in Tukwila.


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