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October 11, 2013

Although chalk doesn’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 school’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 Monday’s edition of The Post & Mail.

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