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Hopewell D.A.R.E.

Posted on November 28, 2017 by in Hometown, News, Tennessee

THE BRADLEY COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE held a graduation ceremony at Hopewell Elementary School to honor fifth-graders who completed the D.A.R.E. program, which was taught by their school resource officer, Sergeant Mitchell Roe. Each student submitted an essay at the conclusion of the program, and the best essay was chosen from each of the three classes. The best essay winners were George Emendorfer, Abrt Whitaker and Jaxson Humble. Those students read their essays during the ceremony, and were presented a medal from Sheriff Eric Watson, Bradley County School Board Member Nancy Casson, Roe, and Principal Tim Riggs.

THE BRADLEY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE held a graduation ceremony at Hopewell Elementary School to honor fifth-graders who completed the D.A.R.E. program, which was taught by their school resource officer, Sergeant Mitchell Roe. Each student submitted an essay at the conclusion of the program, and the best essay was chosen from each of the three classes. The best essay winners were George Emendorfer, Abrt Whitaker and Jaxson Humble. Those students read their essays during the ceremony, and were presented a medal from Sheriff Eric Watson, Bradley County School Board Member Nancy Casson, Roe, and Principal Tim Riggs.

From left are, front row: Emendorfer, Whitaker and Humble; back row: Roe, Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis, Darren the Lion (D.A.R.E. mascot), Watson, Riggs and Casson.

From Cleveland Daily Banner.

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