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Page-Sixteen N/Warren Town and County News Thursday, November 12, 2015 Red Ribbon Week The Middle school participated in Red Ribbon with many fun activities. Students enjoyed dressing in pajamas for “Follow Your Dreams. . .Don’t Do Drugs” and dressing as a twin for "Two Heads Are Better Than One”. Another fun day was dressing in various holiday clothing to celebrate differences. The final two days were wearing super hero clothing and team jerseys. The SADD students (Students Against Destructive Decisions) coordinated all of the activities 6-12 and decorated all of the trees outside the middle school and 'Eastview. The following week, SADD promoted "Bullying Awareness” with posters and dressing up in orange. The entire month of October recognized “Cancer Awareness” throughout the schools with ribbons, special messages on doors and a reco The Arctic tern’s migration route spans 22,000 miles round-trip. it flies from the Antarctic Ocean to the Arctic Ocean each year. 'tion board of eo 1e who have had cancer w- w. (NAPS)—Micato has been called the best African safari provider by Travel + Leisure, National Geographic Travel- er, Condé N ast Traveler, Virtuoso (an exclusive con— sortium of the nation’s best travel agents) and many oth- ers. Learn more at www. micato.com or call 1-800- MICATO—l. * II It You can get quality prints, posters and canvas prints from your smartphone pho- tos with Walgreens free mobile app. You can find out more from the photo associ- ates at any Walgreens or visit www.walgreens.com/mobile. * Dd You Know? Photos submitted. The maker of the original redwood playset, Woodplay Playsets, has announced that it’s now using lumber that’s certified sustainable. That’s good news for parents. who want to protect the environ- ment while providing their children with a safer place to play. Learn more at www.5wingsets.com. * 4‘ * Forthefom'thyearin arow, A.C. Moore has partnered with Easter Seals to support early intervention and autism services. Crafiers who shop at the specialty store are being asked to donate $1 at check- out. To learn more, visit www.acmoore.com. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Send $18 check or money order for a one year subscription to PO Box 325, Norwalk, IA‘50211