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Red Ribbon Week is a prevention awareness campaign. It is meant to warn people about the dangers of alcohol, drugs and violence. People wear a red ribbon to symbolize no tolerance for drugs, alcohol, or violence. Each year there is a new theme. This year the theme was, “Your future is the key, so stay drug free.”

Red Ribbon Week always takes place sometime in the month of October. This year at DAHS, it was the week of October 23-27.  On Wednesday, October 25 students at DAHS were encouraged to wear red. This was arranged by the Just Say No Club, who hung signs up throughout the school to tell students about the upcoming events.

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