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D.A.R.E. TO BE BETTER

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Henry County Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Landon Dean (right) enthusiastically cheers on a team of Shenandoah Raiders during tug-of-war Friday at D.A.R.E. Day. Dean is the D.A.R.E. coordinator. “It’s about more than just drug education,” Dean said. “It’s about making good choices, getting good grades. Things like that.” D.A.R.E. Day isa reward for all the fifth graders who took part in the program. Community businesses also donated door prizes, including bicycles for a few lucky kids. “It’s a fun day,” Dean said.
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Students from Blue River Valley Elementary School give it their all during D.A.R.E. Day 2019 at Neal Field in New Castle. The fifth graders spent the past year in the D.A.R.E. program learning about the effects of drugs and alcohol and how to stay clear. The program also teaches the kids about personal responsibility and making good choices in life. All the elementary schools in Henry County and across New Castle took part in D.A.R.E. Day this year.

D.A.R.E. TO BE BETTER