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Hocus pocus, drugs are not our focus


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Sunset Elementary School students march from their school carrying a Halloween-themed banner for the Red Ribbon parade on Monday morning. The Red Ribbon Campaign began in 1985 in response to the murder of Drug Enforcement Administration Agent Enrique Camarena and was organized by the National Family Partnership to shed light on the impact of drugs on the country, according to the Red Ribbon Campaign’s website (redribbon.org). According to a press release, Monday’s event was made possible by University High School, Mountain View Middle School cheerleaders, Roswell High School’s Charlie’s Angels Dance Team and marching band, New Mexico Youth ChalleNGe, Character Counts, state and city police, the Chaves County Sheriff’s Office, NM Job Corps, Coca-Cola, Roswell Independent School District administrators and teachers and numerous sponsors. (Alison Penn Photo)

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