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Although chalk doesnâ€™t leave a permanent mark, the message displayed in a variety of colors is a powerful one.
Students at Columbia City High School gathered to decorate the pavement leading to the schoolâ€™s entrance with words and drawings in support of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Chalk It Up has been a county-wide campaign as students across Whitley County have etched sayings on sidewalks at numerous schools advocating a stop to violence.
Pictured is Maddison Berlin working on her chalk drawing.
A special publication focusing on both Domestic Violence Awareness and Breast Cancer Awareness will be inserted in Mondayâ€™s edition of The Post & Mail.
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