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October 25, 1994 | MAKI BECKER
To celebrate Red Ribbon Week, a nationwide anti-drug abuse program that started Monday, students in the Reseda area have gathered at school-wide assemblies, a pep rally and other drug awareness activities. At Reseda Elementary School, students and teachers kicked off the week's activities by tying red ribbons around the trees in front of their campus. They will wear smaller red ribbons on their clothing all week.
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October 29, 1997 | KARIMA A. HAYNES
At a time when children are inundated with celebrity admonitions to stay away from drugs, the typical anti-drug message seemed to take on new meaning for Blythe Street Elementary School students Tuesday because it came from kids much like themselves. More than 300 students gathered on the school playground to hear Cleveland High athletes, cheerleaders and student government leaders talk about the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1997 | KARIMA A. HAYNES
At a time when children are inundated with celebrity admonitions to stay away from drugs, the typical anti-drug message seemed to take on new meaning for Blythe Street Elementary School students Tuesday because it came from kids much like themselves. More than 300 students gathered on the school playground to hear Cleveland High athletes, cheerleaders and student government leaders talk about the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse.
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October 25, 1994 | MAKI BECKER
To celebrate Red Ribbon Week, a nationwide anti-drug abuse program that started Monday, students in the Reseda area have gathered at school-wide assemblies, a pep rally and other drug awareness activities. At Reseda Elementary School, students and teachers kicked off the week's activities by tying red ribbons around the trees in front of their campus. They will wear smaller red ribbons on their clothing all week.
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