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Worthington Middle School fifth graders were treated to a special D.A.R.E. class Thursday led by Worthington Police Department D.A.R.E. officers Bob Fritz (top right) and Kirk Honius (not pictured) as Worthington High School members of Students A...

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Worthington Middle School fifth graders were treated to a special D.A.R.E. class Thursday led by Worthington Police Department D.A.R.E. officers Bob Fritz (top right) and Kirk Honius (not pictured) as Worthington High School members of Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) spoke on various topics to the class. The WHS students (top, from left) Araceli Jimenez, Emily Penning, Ellen Dudley and Brett Spartz were chosen for their experience as positive role models for the younger students.

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