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Students learn the power of one

‘Inspiring’ anti-bullying message spread through volleyball match

Bob Holmes brought his One-Man Volleyball Game to Scotia-Glenville during student assemblies and an evening program on Tuesday.
The Boston native has been entertaining students and communities as well as spreading an important message of hope and inspiration for the past 27 years. Here, he feigns defeat.
Bob Holmes brought his One-Man Volleyball Game to Scotia-Glenville during student assemblies and an evening program on Tuesday. The Boston native has been entertaining students and communities as well as spreading an important message of hope and inspiration for the past 27 years. Here, he feigns defeat.
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Scotia-Glenville sixth-graders Brandon Clum, Ryan Forth and Nate Huthmacher had one word to describe Bob Holmes’ visit to the middle school: “Inspiring.” Holmes single-handedly topped a team of 11 teachers and administrators in a game of volleyball. After winning, 25-20, on the teachers’ home court, Holmes told the sixth-grade students who packed the gymnasium’s bleachers to never give up, to encourage instead of bully and to “decide you won’t do what everybody else does.” “It ...


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