50 Free Ideas To Help Celebrate Red Ribbon Week

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Red-Ribbon-Week.com offers Exciting Ways To Enhance Your Red Ribbon Week Celebration Without Denting Your Budget.

Red Ribbon Week is a U.S. initiative dedicated to education and prevention of student drug and alcohol abuse. Celebrated annually from October 23rd to 31st, students nationwide are encouraged to make pledges to live drug and alcohol free.

To make 2011’s Red Ribbon Week the most effective and memorable one yet, Red-Ribbon-Week.com provides 50 creative, fun ideas to use in planning Red Ribbon programs. Ideas include:

1. Launch your program with the release of red balloons - as many as possible.
2. Plan a parade - down the main street of your town, in front of your school, or anywhere else where students and community supporters can get involved.
3. Schedule a "Band Against Drugs" musical assembly.
* View the full list on Red-Ribbon-Week.com.

The site includes additional information like: The History of Red Ribbon Week, Proven Prevention Strategies Promoted by the National Red Ribbon Week Campaign, and How To Plan A Sensational Event.

In addition to information about student drug and alcohol abuse, Red-Ribbon-Week.com also features topics such as Drug Addiction Treatment, All About Alcohol, Drug-Free Workplace and more.

Red-Ribbon-Week.com is a free information site brought to you by The Guidance Group. The Guidance Group is a publishing company specializing in hands-on materials for drug and violence prevention, character education, life skills, school success, and mental health. Our innovative resources are used by hundreds of thousands of professionals, parents, children, teens, and adults throughout the United States and across the globe.


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