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Students graduate from DARE
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The Darlington Police Department hosted its 25th annual D.A.R.E. Commencement Ceremony on Monday. 2015 DARE Role Models pictured kneeling, from left, is Shauna Volkening, Devra Komprood and Brett Erickson. Pictured in the second row is Savannah Bergeson, Mariah Wiegel, Johanna Meister, Chloe Hinderman, Dane Siegenthaler and Casey Lobdell. In the back row is Cole McDonald, Thomas Schultz, Allie Kissell, Zach Wolf and Ben Muhlstein. (Photo supplied)
DARLINGTON - The Darlington Police Department, in conjunction with the Darlington Community School District, hosted its 25th Annual Drug Abuse Resistance Education Commencement Ceremony at 7 p.m. Monday at the Darlington Elementary-Middle School. There were 67 fifth-graders who graduated from the program. In addition to representatives from the school and police department, Mayor Dave Breuing, Sen. Howard Marklein, Rep. Todd Novak, city council members and police commission members were all on hand to acknowledge the students' achievements as well as to celebrate 25 years of D.A.R.E.