Brown Upper Elementary students graduate D.A.R.E.

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On graduation day, the D.A.R.E. essay winners were announced. Winners were given a check for $100. Pictured left are, from left, Deputy Jerry Moore, essay winners Jack Adams, Ethyn Rader and Lauren Ketchum and Principal Jessica Spence. Jack Adams also won an additional $200, along with the opportunity to represent Webster Parish in the state D.A.R.E. essay competition. Courtesy Photo
On graduation day, the D.A.R.E. essay winners were announced. Winners were given a check for $100. Pictured left are, from left, Deputy Jerry Moore, essay winners Jack Adams, Ethyn Rader and Lauren Ketchum and Principal Jessica Spence. Jack Adams also won an additional $200, along with the opportunity to represent Webster Parish in the state D.A.R.E. essay competition. Courtesy Photo

Webster Parish D.A.R.E. Deputy Jerry Moore recently graduated 5th grade students from the D.A.R.E. Prevention Program at Brown Upper Elementary School.

This year’s title was “Keeping it REAL!” The D.A.R.E. prevention program combines education and community support to help children cope with the social pressures around substance abuse.

Upon completing the program, students were able to celebrate their accomplishment enjoying cupcakes and drinks provided by Deputy Moore.

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