Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Red Ribbon Week – October 23- 31 take a stand against drugs and work towards a healthy, drug-free lifestyle 10/18/2018

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The Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s Prevention Program is gearing up for Red Ribbon Week and we have planned upcoming activities to get the Akwesasne community involved. Red Ribbon Week is celebrated every year from October 23rd to October 31st and is dedicated to taking a stand against drugs and working towards a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.

October 22nd-Wear Red Day

“Red-y to live drug free and make a difference.” Everyone is encouraged to wear red (including red ribbon shirts/skirts/dresses).

October 23rd-Tie Dye Day

“Don’t get tied into drugs, say no.” Wear tie-dye clothing/accessories.

October 24th-Jersey Day

“Team up against drugs.” Wear your favorite jersey or sports shirt.

October 25th-Throwback Day

“Let’s leave drugs in the past and live a drug free future.” Wear clothing from your favorite decade.

October 26th-Superhero Day

“I have the power to be drug-free.” Wear superhero clothing.

Please contact our office to confirm your participation in red ribbon week to coordinate activities/specials with media and advertising outlets. You can contact us at (518) 358-2967. Thank you for your participation this year and supporting a drug-free community!