Where’s Amy? takes a stand against teen dating violence


“Where’s Amy?” … I was proud to take a stand and sign a pledge at the first county-wide community rally to help spread awareness about teen dating violence in Hamilton County. Rally attendees were asked to tweet and speak out against teen dating violence by posting on social media and wearing teal #NotOK official T-shirts. United Way area director Tanya Hand of Carmel along with Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard presented informative and creative PSAs, and brave local teen shared her personal story. Guerin Catholic students attended the event and told “Where’s Amy?” that they were touched and will continue to spread the word to others. City Hall at One Civic Square was a packed house and it was inspiring to be a part of such an amazing event. To find out more on how you can be involved and take the pledge, visit www.NotOKwithMe.org.


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