Center Broadcasting Company is participating in National Bullying Prevention Month. This week, we’re airing a series of public service announcements in hopes of making parents and the public more aware of the problem and how to best prevent bullying. Did you know students who are bullied report more physical symptoms, such as headaches or stomach aches, and mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety, than other students? Additionally, in some cases, bullying has led to devastating consequences, such as school shootings and suicide. During National Bullying Prevention Month, please remember these key messages; unite communities; raise awareness; educate others and inspire action. Tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 10 is called Unity Day. We're asking you to join us and wear orange shirts or orange ribbons to promote awareness of bullying and strategies to avoid it. Let people know if children are being bullied, they're not alone. Unite and be a champion against bullying.