Drug Awareness Day sends much-needed message
Drug Awareness Day 1
Police officers dressed as Star Wars characters talk and pose for pictures for fifth graders during Drug Awareness Day last week.
Drug Awareness Day 2
Using gift bags with unknown items, Danny Weinzettle, a fifth-grader at Wilson K-8 School, finds out that he has to live with his choices. Weinzettle was asked to wear his boa and tutu for the rest of the day.
Drug Awareness Day 3
Ashley West talks to students from Amphitheater School District at Canyon Del Oro Riverfront Park during Drug Awareness Day.
Drug Awareness Day 4
Carol Tracy Ritter, who was the emcee, and Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath lead hundreds of fifth-graders in dance at the start of Drug Awareness Day.
Drug Awareness Day 5
Fifth-grader Oliver Tesluk takes a tour of a fire truck during the Drug Awareness Day.
Drug Awareness Day 6
Numerous police and fire personal were at the Drug Awareness Day giving fifth graders like Taylor Lipphardt, right, and Kayla Dinwiddie an opportunity to get a closer look at them and their equipment.
Drug Awareness Day 7
Students tour the U.S. Customs and Border PatrolÕs Black Hawk helicopter.
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