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RHS SADD, FBLA mark Red Ribbon Week

2015-16 SADD officers (front row) Maggie Williams, secretary; Ashleigh Morgan, president; Layne Boyd, representative, (back row) Elisabeth Lerch, representative; Charles Gordon, reporter; Ana Karen Lara-Cruz, treasurer; and Arlye James, representative. Additionally, this year the Future Business Leaders of America decorated the RHS campus with red ribbons to promote a drug-free campus and worked with SADD to coordinate Red Ribbon Week activities.
2015-16 SADD officers (front row) Maggie Williams, secretary; Ashleigh Morgan, president; Layne Boyd, representative, (back row) Elisabeth Lerch, representative; Charles Gordon, reporter; Ana Karen Lara-Cruz, treasurer; and Arlye James, representative. Additionally, this year the Future Business Leaders of America decorated the RHS campus with red ribbons to promote a drug-free campus and worked with SADD to coordinate Red Ribbon Week activities.

This year Russellville High School Students Against Destructive Decisions counted and distributed red ribbons for the Russellville City Schools. The theme was “Respect Yourself: Be Drug Free.” This year’s ribbons said “I’m Drug Free, 24/7, 365.” SADD members who are members of the National Honor Society also made announcements daily about the history of Red Ribbon Week and the dangers of using drugs.

2015-16 FBLA officers (front row) Ashton Moore, projects chairperson; Michael-Ann Blackburn, secretary; Gaby Tomas, historian; Norma Gonzalez, reporter, (back row) Jorge Felix, treasurer; J.J. McCormick, president; Charles Gordon, vice president; and Salvador Blanco, parliamentarian.
2015-16 FBLA officers (front row) Ashton Moore, projects chairperson; Michael-Ann Blackburn, secretary; Gaby Tomas, historian; Norma Gonzalez, reporter, (back row) Jorge Felix, treasurer; J.J. McCormick, president; Charles Gordon, vice president; and Salvador Blanco, parliamentarian.
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