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Chambers County School District Host Red Ribbon Week Assemblies At W.F.B & J.P.P Middle Schools Safe

Matt Kelley of Equip Ministries from Livingston, AL, spoke of the danger drugs pose to teens when he presented to the students at both W.F. Burns Middle School and J.P. Powell Middle School on Tuesday morning, October 26th during school assemblies conducted on both campuses. The activities were coordinated by Superintendent, Mr. Casey Chambley as part of the CCSD’s Red Ribbon Week initiative. Red Ribbon Week is celebrated across the USA from October 23rd – 31st. The Red Ribbon initiative is the oldest, largest drug prevention program in America, reaching millions of young people every year. This year’s theme for 2021 is “Drug-Free Looks Like Me.” Mr. Chambley was pleased to see both schools host Mr. Kelley for an in-person assembly.

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