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Seneca County Sheriff’s Office Continues D.A.R.E. Program Thanks to Local Support

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The Seneca County Sheriff’s Office is proud to continue teaching the D.A.R.E. program to students at South Seneca, Romulus, and Waterloo Schools. This ten-week program helps youth make safe and responsible choices.

D.A.R.E. covers topics like the effects of alcohol and tobacco, bullying, citizenship, peer pressure, listening and communication skills, and seeking help. The program is funded entirely by donations, which provide workbooks, materials, and end-of-program celebrations.

As the 2024 program concludes, the Sheriff’s Office thanks sponsors who make D.A.R.E. possible: Seneca Meadows Landfill, Generations Bank, Mull Funeral Home, Connie’s Diner, Savannah Bank, Valley Pharmacy, D&M Grocery, Community Bank, and French Family Dentistry.