Children Celebrate Red Ribbon Week

From The Parks and Recreation Department

Red Ribbon Week is a United States initiative of prevention and education about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Celebrated on October 23 to 31 every year, students all over the country make pledges to live drug and alcohol free. The City of West Park took part in this year’s festivities as children who participate in our after school program learned about the dangers of drugs and alcohol the entire week. As part of the culminating event, children proudly made a sign at the entrance of McTyre Park letting everyone know that we are a Drug Free facility!

For more information on this program or others observed in the City, please call the Parks and Recreation Department at 954-985-1990.

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