Students take stand against drugs with poster contest


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Courtesy Photo Wadesboro Elementary School students participated in Red Ribbon Week to take a stand against drugs.


Wadesboro Elementary School celebrated Red Ribbon Week October 23-27.

The Red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the country.

Students participated special activities each day to show they are taking a stand against drugs. Each class created an anti-drug poster for the school-wide contest.

Miss Liles’ class placed first with “Drugs are Corny;” Mrs. Williams’ class came in second with “Blanket of Love;” and Ms. Goodin’s class took third with “Drugs are a Nightmare.”

Students and their families were encouraged to sign a pledge to grow up safe, healthy, and drug free. Red Ribbon Week activities are a way to show commitment for living a drug-free lifestyle.

Courtesy Photo Wadesboro Elementary School students participated in Red Ribbon Week to take a stand against drugs.
http://www.ansonrecord.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_red-ribbon-wes.jpgCourtesy Photo Wadesboro Elementary School students participated in Red Ribbon Week to take a stand against drugs.

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