Anti-bullying flash mob will feature 1,000 Delta students and BC Lion Travis Lulay

Students from six North Delta schools will strut stuff at North Delta Secondary school on Tuesday (Feb. 21)

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NORTH DELTA — More than 1,000 students from six North Delta schools will participate in an anti-bullying flash mob on Tuesday, along with BC Lion Travis Lulay.

The flash mob is being held at North Delta Secondary School (11447 82 Ave.) and will start at 12:15 p.m.

Organizer Sean Bindra says this is the third anti-bullying flash mob he has organized, with the support of the Shiamak Vancouver Dance Team.

“We all have a responsibility to stand up against bullying no matter what form it takes,” said Bindra.

Bindra (pictured) was featured in the Now last June after he spent his birthday dressed as Superman, visiting various spots through Surrey, spreading smiles, good will and even some cash.

He credits his parents for the fact he’s always been a “big community guy.”

“My parents have lived a life in which they have been extremely generous in giving love and support to their peers,” he told the Now in June.

“They have lead by example and have taught me the importance of helping others. I have always tried my best to put a smile on the faces of those around me and I wish to continue doing this for the rest of my life. Through their love, support, and always being good role models to me, my parents are my Super Heroes.”

Last year’s flash mob also involved three BC Lions and about 700 students. (See video below)

beau.simpson@thenownewspaper.com

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