Monday, October 3rd at Buffalo High School there will be a program for both students and adults called Rachel's Challenge.
The program is an opportunity to learn about Rachel Scott, the first person killed in the Columbine High School tragedy that happened April 29, 1999.
According to the website, Rachel's acts of kindness coupled with her six diaries have become one of the most life-changing school programs in the country.
During the hour-long school presentation, video and audio footage of her life and the Columbine tragedy helps motivate students toward positive changes in how they treat others.
From 7 to 8pm that evening a similar presentation will be given to adults and community leaders.
Rachel left a legacy and a challenge to treat others with kindness and compassion and you may just change the world.
The presentations will be given at the BHS Auditorium, and the evening session is open to the public and free of charge.
For more information on the program, go to their website www.rachelschallenge.org