QC Girls Can Be Part of This Nationwide Anti-Bullying Rally
You've heard about Madison Keys as a Quad Cities hometown athlete who's competed agains the biggest names in tennis, but next week she's leading one of the biggest anti bullying rallies across the country here in the Quad Cities.
Professional tennis player Madison Keys, of Rock Island, will host the third annual FearlesslyGIRL pep rally for girls at 11 am on Nov. 16 at the Quad-Cities Waterfront Convention Center in Bettendorf.
Keys, 23, joined FearlesslyGIRL as an ambassador in 2016.According to their website, last year's anti-bullying assembly reached 17,600 girls across 17 states and provinces.
This year’s event is designed to encourage young women to improve the world, their lives, their schools and their communities. Keys will be joined by FearlesslyGIRL founder Kate Whitfield. Girls can participate in person or online.
The rally will include empowering discussions, inspirational keynotes, team-building activities, music, interactive activities and guest speakers. Here's where you can register to participate.
Event organizers are even providing free bussing for the event. Get exact details, here: fearlesslygirl.com.