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Painted Sky Elementary School students shield their faces from flying debris as a Arizona LifeLineÕs helicopter takes off from the annual Drug Awareness Day in Oro Valley last Friday.
Every fifth grader in Oro Valley attended the Drug Awareness Day at Riverfront Park last Friday.
Students surround the U.S. Border PatrolÕs Blackhawk helicopter during the annual Drug Awareness Day in Oro Valley last week.
Oro Valley Police Chief Danny Sharp speaks to a crowd of fifth-grade students at the start of Drug Awareness Day last week.
Wilson K-8 SchoolÕs Bryce Johnston, right, and Jake Steinman dance during the starting activities at Oro ValleyÕs Drug Awareness Day.
Oro Valley police officer Greg Burgess lets Copper Creek Elementary School’s Hunter Walden know hats aren’t allowed on his motorcycle by taking his hat off.
Valerie Miller of Copper Creek Elementary School pets one of the U.S. Border PatrolÕs horses.
Having to live with her decision to play a game, Painted Sky Elementary School student Alexandra Somoza adorns a feather boa with the help of speaker Ashley West.
Students line up to sit inside Arizona LifeLineÕs helicopter.
Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath speaks at the annual Drug Awareness Day on Friday.
Oro Valley K9 police officer Kevin Peterson, left, observes as his dog Emmerson attacks Oro Valley officer Mike Gaare in a dog bite suit.
Oro Valley Police Chief Danny Sharp speaks to a crowd of fifth-grade students at the start of Drug Awareness Day last year.