Letters: Drug Awareness Week

D.A.R.E. program participants net free theatre passes

To celebrate Drug Awareness Week in Sooke, the Caprice Theatre in Langford is doing its part to promote youth development in the community.

In honour of the occasion, and to support the kids in making smart, healthy choices,  the Caprice Theatre is offering free admission to a movie for this year’s DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) students.  The vouchers for the admission are being delivered to the students by the DARE Officers of the Sooke RCMP Detachment.

Thanks to the Caprice Theatre, and thanks our community’s kids for committing to lead a drug free life.

Cpl. Scott Hilderley

RCMP

Drugs and Organized Crime Awareness Service

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