|Mikayla alongside the finished mural|
|During the early stages of the project, drawing the image onto the wall.|
Being the current secretary of the Wildomar Rotary Club, I had the chance to chat with Mikayla before she started the project. She was looking for donations and I was the one that heard her presentation.
|This meeting was at The Bean in early October when Mikayla discussed the project she had in mind, looking for donations. She was well prepared for the meeting, as she was the day she showed me the finished project.|
|Mikayla poses with the supplies.|
Her inspiration for this project was her own experience with being bullied. As she explained it, she's been bullied and seen others suffer bullying at the hands of others. She wants to bring awareness to her school and the community.
|More than thirty people helped Mikayla with this project.|
|Time for a group shot... say "Cheeeeeese"! ☺|
|This No Bullying mural can be seen from the blacktop.|
|Posing under one of the finished murals.|
|If only people would pay attention to such advice...|
|It's not all that difficult to be nice to people...|
Mikayla is part of a new Girl Scout troop lead by her mom Sonni LeGault, Troop 1929. The girls are in grades 4th through 8th, and go to schools in both Wildomar and Lake Elsinore. They meet once or twice a month on Sundays.
|Words to live by.|
If you have a daughter that age, and are interested in her possibly joining Troop 1929, be sure to send Sonni an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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