Red Ribbon Week

November 2013
Illinois Register;11/1/2013, Vol. 37 Issue 44, p17211
The article focuses on the National Red Ribbon Week that has been declared from October 23-31, 2013 by Pat Quinn, Governor of Illinois to encourage Americans to fight against problems associated with drug, alcohols and tobacco consumption. It informs that the Red Ribbon Week initiative founded by the Congress in 1988 aims to involve school children, families and business enterprises for the prevention of drug abuse.


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