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L to R: Belinda Ramsey, president and founder of the Mothers Opposing Bullying Foundation, with Judy Porter, director of community outreach for Bishop Dunne Catholic School, and Ellsworth “Herc” Hercules, executive vice president of operations of M.O.B at the Walk Against Bullying on April 26.

Bishop Dunne Catholic School students joined Mothers Opposing Bullying (M.O.B.) for Walk-A-Thon 2014 on April 26 at the beautiful Anderson Booner Park off Park Central and 635 in north Dallas. Walkers Helped M.O.B. raises funds to support its establishment of a National Bullying Hotline while walking in the sunshine.

Walkers came from all corners of Dallas to support the foundation which is getting ready to launch their hotline for children who suffer from bullying.

Belinda Ramsey, former Miss Texas United America 2010, is the founder of the Dallas-based nonprofit, which unites mothers to work together against bullying.

Bishop Dunne had members from the class of 1980, 2006 and current students involved in the event. The school in Oak Cliff is known for its diversity and friendly, safe campus.

For more information see: M.O.B. and BDHS.

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