Pleasant Hill, Missouri            Wednesday, December 27, 2017             ©2017 Pleasant Hill Times

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Deputy Eddelman congratulates 168 D.A.R.E.
graduates on hard work and determination
Some 168 fifth graders at Pleasant Hill Intermediate School graduated from the 10-week D.A.R.E. program December 5, 2017. Pictured above is Deputy Christine Eddelman from the Cass County Sheriff’s Office thanking students for their hard work and dedication. Also pictured left to right are PHIS teachers Mrs. DeMoure-Umscheid and Mrs. Moore; Pleasant Hill Police Officer Larry Francis, Officer Justin Bass and Lieutenant Mark Largent; Cass County D.A.R.E. Officer, Stacey Gunn and Captain Kevin Tieman; Principal Chandra Arbuckle.
The 2017 D.A.R.E. essay winners are from left to right, Olivia Shipley, Zoey Coale, Isabella Kietzmann, Caia Underwood, Carter Hammond and Landon Watson. Isabella’s essay was chosen to be read aloud during the D.A.R.E. graduation ceremony December 5 at PHIS. See page two of this week’s issue of the Times to see an excerpt from Isabella’s D.A.R.E. essay.

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