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Yigo elementary students pledge to be drug-free

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 by Jolene Toves

Guam - Students from DL Perez Elementary School today are showing their support for the red ribbon campaign and pledge to be drug-free.

This morning the governor along with Senator Frank Aguon, Jr. signed a proclamation and legislative resolution for Red Ribbon Week.

Local and federal law enforcement and court officials participated along with students who took turns reading the legislative resolution. "Its is the goal of the red ribbon campaign committee to involve families , churches schools businesses law enforcement agencies and service organizations to establish an atmosphere that support awareness and education that will help prevent illegal drug activities," he said.

October 23rd through the 31st is national Red Ribbon Week, however on Guam various activities have been scheduled throughout October to celebrate the Red Ribbon Campaign. We should note that Daniel L. Perez Elementary in Yigo is the 2013 Red Ribbon Campaign winner of the School Gate/Wall Decorating Contest.

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