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Brianna Stone Waryan will compete Saturday, Oct. 12, in the Syracuse/Binghamton Miss Jr. Pre-Teen pageant. Brianna hopes to spread an anti-bullying message through her participation in the pageant.

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Liverpool third-grader takes on bullying in Syracuse-Binghamton Miss Jr. Pre-Teen pageant

Brianna Stone Waryan is more than just a pretty face. The 8-year-old third-grader in Mrs. Montalto’s third grade class at Donlin Drive Elementary in Liverpool will compete in Saturday’s Miss Jr. Pre-Teen Syracuse/Binghamton pageant, vying against numerous other young ladies in such categories as talent, casual wear, formal wear and interview. But Waryan, who is autistic and deals with sensory processing disorder, has a more important message she hopes to spread at the pageant. “People should not be bullying in school,” she said. “It’s kind of mean. I’ve been bullied before. Kids should be able to grow up and stick up for their friends without being bullied or getting their feelings hurt.”

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