Special to The Sun
OKLA. CITY —
Audrianna Page Fredericks recently was crowned Miss Junior Teen Oklahoma United States 2013.
She has teamed up with Project Anti-Bully to help bring awareness to the prevalence of bullying. Audrianna will be Project Anti-Bully’s national spokesperson representing Oklahoma. Once she was the object of bullying and peer pressure herself, which prompted Audrianna to create and implemente an anti-bullying program she calls Positive Notes.
Audrianna writes positive notes to students in her school and encourages them to pass them on, write letters of their own to share with others, or to do a random act of kindness. Her idea is to empower the students to make the change they want to see in their schools.
She encourages and empowers students to spread positive thoughts to others with her motto, “Be the change you want to see in the world. It only takes one person to change.”
Audrianna and Project Anti-Bully along with BlackLight.com are sponsoring an end of the year Black Light Dance Party in Edmond Mitch Park Amphitheater. The event gates open at 5:30 p.m. May 31 and admission is $10.
To purchase a ticket and receive a 10 percent discount go to BlackLight.com and use the coupon code: freetolive.
Wear white, black or neon colors to be eligible for the best black light outfit. Avid Beat will provide music, equipment and blacklights for the event. Special guest singer is country music singer Kylie Morgan.
The amphitheater is behind the MAC at 2733 Marilyn Williams Drive.
Salt Soothers is providing funds for the event. For more information, go to www.soonergal.com.