The Red Ribbon Week Campaign for Drug-Free Youth was initiated in 1985 following the murder of Federal Agent Enrique Camarena by drug traffickers. The red ribbon was designated as the symbol of intolerance of illegal drug use and a commitment to a drug-free life style. The Red Ribbon Week Program provides an opportunity for communities to unite and raise awareness of alcohol and other drug abuse. RAYSAC is excited about promoting Red Ribbon Week in the Roanoke Valley as an excellent way to demonstrate our commitment to a drug-free community.
Red Ribbon Week was recognized October 23-30, 2016 for the Roanoke Valley.
The following schools won in our contest:
ALL ABOARD AWARD: Central Academy Middle School
MAKING A DIFFERENCE AWARD: Lord Botetourt High School
SHEDDING LIGHT AWARD: James River High School
OUTSIDE THE BOX AWARD: Crystal Springs Elementary
EYE CATCHING AWARD: Cave Spring Middle School
SPIRIT OF RED RIBBON WEEK AWARD: Glenvar Elementary
Some of our poster and media contest winners.
High School Winners:
Middle School Winners:
Elementary School Winners:
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