Dozens graduate 'DARE' drug awareness program in Norwalk

More than 30 young people graduated a drug awareness program yesterday at Norwalk's police department. The two-week camp was run by the Drug Abuse Resistance

The two-week camp taught campers the self-esteem to say no to drugs.

The two-week camp taught campers the self-esteem to say no to drugs. (7/6/13)

NORWALK - More than 30 young people graduated a drug awareness program yesterday at Norwalk's police department.

The two-week camp was run by the Drug Abuse Resistance Education program, or 'DARE.' Campers took part in activities to promote teamwork, sportsmanship and self-esteem to help them say no to drugs.

The camp was sponsored by the Norwalk Police Department and the Police Athletic League.
 

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