Students from from Sunset Elementary and Sidney Gutierrez Elementary ready for the annual Red Ribbon Week parade, Thursday afternoon. (Mark Wilson Photo)
Red shirts swarmed South Main Street as more than 600 elementary school kids and parents marched in a parade. Two miles in the afternoon sun, but the children didn’t seem to mind. Even in their exhaustion, little voices yelled out, “Be drug free! Be drug free!”
Police officers, including the Sheriff’s Department and the State Police, as well as Roswell firefighters marched with the kids and acted as escorts for the parade.
It was a cause they all tackled with enthusiasm: teach the children to be drug free. This was all done through the traditional Red Ribbon Login to read more