The Red Ribbon Campaign is a commitment by local communities to support a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.   Lance Winslow, was one of several businesses that supported this campaign in Thousand Oaks.

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Thanks for 'Red Ribbon' help
News Chronicle

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Editor, News Chronicle:

The Conejo Balley Red Ribbon Week sponsored by the Conejo Valley Substance Prevention Authority was a tremendous success because of the overwhelming support form the entire community.

Accolades go to the Thousand Oaks Elks Lodge, Exxon Co., U.S.A. Hillcrest Inn, Dr. "No," Esau McKnight, Longs Druges of Thousand Oaks, Youth to Youth, Burt's Pharmacy of Newbury Park, Lance Winslow from the Car Wash Guys, the Janss Mall, the Conejo Valley Karate Academy, KNJO radio, Officer Lee Morris from the DARE program, Sgt. Darrell Careveau from the U.S. Army, Eckhart Trailer Hitches, Conejo Recreation and Park Distict, the Agoura Hills Chorus, the Newbury Park High School Choral Group, McDonalds of Thousand Oaks, Jo Hinsberg, community service manager from the City of Thousand Oaks, and to all of the local merchants who generously donated prizes for our drawing.

A special thank you to the fabulous group from the Retiree Senior Volunteer Program.  These wonderful people, under the leadership of Louise Danielle, processed more than 70,000 red ribbons.  It was very exciting to see the seniors of the Conejo helping the youth of today.

Kudos go to Terry Greenberg and his staff at The News Chronicle for their excellent coverage and support of the events during Red Ribbon Week.

JACKIE PIZITZ,
Chairman, Red Ribbon Week,
Thousand Oaks

Reprinted from News Chronicle, October 30, 1992.

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