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DARE donation

5:21 PM, Nov. 8, 2013  |  Comments
The Merrill Lions Club donated $500 to the Merrill Police Department for the DARE program. Pictured are Ken Neff, Merrill chief of police, from left; Jamie Jaeger, DARE co-ordinator; and Paul Proulx, president of the Merrill Lions Club. DARE is a collaborative effort between the school, police and parents to build confidence in children so they can resist drug use. Drug Abuse Resistance Education, or DARE, enables students to interact with the police in a friendly classroom environment, creating a positive attitude toward officers.
The Merrill Lions Club donated $500 to the Merrill Police Department for the DARE program. Pictured are Ken Neff, Merrill chief of police, from left; Jamie Jaeger, DARE co-ordinator; and Paul Proulx, president of the Merrill Lions Club. DARE is a collaborative effort between the school, police and parents to build confidence in children so they can resist drug use. Drug Abuse Resistance Education, or DARE, enables students to interact with the police in a friendly classroom environment, creating a positive attitude toward officers.
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