At right, Plum Cove first-grader Elias diAngelo, along with Ronald McDonald, demonstrates strategies to stop bullying during "Giving Back with Ronald McDonald," an anti-bullying performance, on Thursday. The program emphasized "finding ways to share our talent, time and gifts with the world."
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