The Prevention Alliance is proud to announce this year’s Red Ribbon Week Art Contest winner, and ‘Honorable Mention’ Award recipients. We also want to thank Prince William County Community Services for their generous donation of three $20.00 Amazon gift cards that have been awarded to our winners from each grade level.
Elementary School Winner
Cevaneke Stephens from Mary Williams Elementary School
Ella Marie Villacorte from River Oaks Elementary
Middle School Winner
Adonya Hailu, Graham Park Middle School
“If you are sad or depressed, there is a better way to get out of that air you’re in. Doing something you love is a better way to deal with anger that can lead to drugs. You can also talk to someone and get prayed for. DON’T USE DRUGS!”Adonya H., Graham Park Middle School
Eunice C. from Graham Park Middle School
“Don’t do drugs just because others do. Drugs don’t make you cool, so if people say drugs make you cool that’s a lie. Not doing drugs is cooler than doing drugs.”Eunice C., Graham Park Middle School
High School Winner
Danielle Darfour from Osbourn Park High School
Please join us in congratulating our winners and this year’s ‘Honorable Mention’ participants who have done an excellent job of showing their peers and community what it means to “Be Happy, Be Healthy, and Be Drug-Free”! Check out some of our other students’ AWESOME artwork submitted to this year’s contest below!