Students to take anti-gun pledge

October 16, 2012
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U-S Attorney Bill Nettles says members of his office and law enforcement partners are meeting tomorrow with South Carolina students, as part of of the state’s annual Student Pledge Against Gun Violence. Students at Seneca’s Blue Ridge Elementary, Fair-Oak Elementary, and Tamassee-Salem Elementary will sign pledge that if they see a gun they will not touch it, they will assume that any gun they might see might be loaded, and they will tell a teacher or a trusted adult. The effort is part of South Carolina’s Project Cease Fire, which is the state’s implementation of the federal Project Safe Neighborhoods program, which is aimed at reducing gun violence.

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