January 19, 2018

Daring to Stay Off Drugs

Posted on December 17, 2017 by in Hometown, News, Ohio

A.J. Siegel of Fort Loramie and Shelby County Sheriff’s Chief Jim Frye

A.J. Siegel, left, 10, of Fort Loramie, shakes the hand of Shelby County Sheriff’s Chief Jim Frye during the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) 2017 fall session graduation ceremony. The ceremony was held at Fort Loramie Elementary Wednesday, Dec. 13. Fort Loramie teacher Carla Siegel, of Fort Loramie, second from left, helps hand out certificates. Fifth graders from Botkins, Jackson Center and Hardin-Houston Schools also graduated from the program that is run by Shelby County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Brian Strunk. Attending the event were Shelby County Commissioner’s Bob Guillozet, Tony Bornhorst and Julie Ehemann. The 13 week class graduated 219 students.

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