To kick off this year’s Stop Bullying program, Buffalo Wings & Rings will be holding a Stop Bullying night, with the “Tree City Tornado” acting as host. Monday, October 28, from approximately 5 to 8 p.m. at Buffalo Wings & Rings, students can stop by the restaurant to learn about the “Stop Bullying” pledge, meet the racer, get autographed “hero cards” and see Stapp’s race car (weather permitting). There will also be gifts and a chance to win drawings and prizes. Stapp will have several sets of passes to Stapp’s Circle S Ranch to give away as well. In addition, Little Mister and Miss Tree City will be in attendance to show their support for the “Stop Bullying” program.
Stapp has been racing since 1993 and is passionate about the anti-bullying message. He currently works as a substitute teacher as Greensburg High School and has seen the effect of bullying first-hand.
“I’m proud to be associated and involved with the “Stop Bullying” program with Buffalo Wings & Rings, and I’m happy to be part of the solution as a regular substitute at Greensburg High School,” Stapp said.
Any student whose school is not participating in the “Stop Bullying” program is welcome to come to the kick off night and sign a pledge. Last year, students from as far away as Rushville attended the kick off night to take part in the program.
Contact: Amanda Browning 812-663-3111 x7004