Base focuses on drug awareness, prevention during Red Ribbon Week Oct. 23 – 31

Red Ribbon Week, Oct. 23 - 31, is a national observance that focuses attention on the destructive effects drugs have on our nation. It was launched in 1988 by the National Family Partnership as a grassroots campaign to encourage kids and communities to stay drug free. To highlight this year's Red Ribbon celebration, the Homestead Drug Demand Reduction Program staff will be distributing drug awareness and prevention information and promotional items at the 482nd Medical Squadron, room 107, and at the Red Ribbon booth during the Halloween Hauntfest at the base fitness center next to the Shoppette Express Oct. 31. All Homestead members are encouraged to participate in the Red Ribbon Week events. (courtesy graphic)

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