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Chase County Schools will be participating in Red Ribbon Week Oct. 22-26. The Chase County FCCLA chapter has several activities planned to encourage students to make the choice to be drug free.
Students are being encouraged to dress according to each day’s theme with a prize going to the class that shows the most anti-drug spirit. Monday’s theme is “Too Bright for Drugs”—wear bright colors; Tuesday—“Put a Cap On Drugs”—wear a cap; Wednesday—“Give Drugs the Boot”— wear boots; Thursday—“Stay in the Game, Be Drug Free”— wear Longhorn or athletic gear; and Friday—“Wear Red.”
Red Ribbon Week began after the kidnapping, torture and brutal murder of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena in 1985.
Today, the Red Ribbon cele­bration brings millions of people together to raise awareness regarding the need for alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention, early intervention and treatment services. It is the largest, most visible prevention awareness campaign observed annually in the United States.

 

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