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Malabar 6th Graders Graduate From DARE

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/28/2014

Sixty-eight Malabar Intermediate School sixth-graders took a big step today toward long, healthy, drug-free lives. They graduated from the Mansfield Police Department's DARE program. DARE is short for Drug Abuse Resistance Education, and teaches students to make good choices and resist peer pressure to take drugs. The graduation included a demonstration of how K-9 Tyson chases down and bites a suspect. Superintendent Brian Garverick held his own under the attack. He lost the padded sleeve, but kept his arm.

   
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