Trevor-Wilmot D.A.R.E. graduation coverage

Trevor-Wilmot School D.A.R.E. graduates receive their diplomas and some mementos from (from left) Sheriff David Beth, Principal Ted Gavlin and Deputy Ray Rowe.

Trevor-Wilmot School held this year’s D.A.R.E. graduation Wednesday in the school cafeteria.

Fifth grades who successfully completed the 10 week program received recognition of their new skills in resisting drug, alcohol and tobacco use. The program, taught by sheriff’s Deputy Ray Rowe, also give students strategies for dealing with negative peer pressure.

Three students also were selected to read their essays about D.A.R.E.during the program: Luke Shurtleff, Kyle Davis and Cole Mulcahy. Here is video of some of the highlights of the essays as read by their authors:

The guest speaker for the event was Sheriff David Beth.

The graduation concluded with refreshments.

Here are some more photos from the ceremony:

The graduation started with the Pledge of Allegiance led by (not in pictured order) Micaela Ross, Zack Bennett, Jackson Hamilton, Raina Braune, Kyle Gryzb, Maisey Merkel, Anthony Hernandez, Madison Zerr and Hunter Vetterkind.

Deputy Ray Rowe speaks during the graduation ceremony.

Sheriff David Beth speaks at the ceremony.

Afterwards, there was cake for everyone.


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