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Fort Herriman students encouraged not to be monsters

Published October 15, 2014 9:36 pm
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Frank Shelly, an actor playing a Frankenstein-type monster, exchanges high-fives Wednesday with a line of students after delivering an anti-bullying message at Fort Herriman Middle School in Herriman. The event, sponsored by Nightmare on 13th in connection with the national "Don't Be a Monster Campaign," is one of several this month at junior high schools in Salt Lake County.






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