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Several William B. Orenic Intermediate School students were recently recognized at the Shorewood Village Hall as D.A.R.E. program graduates.

Back row from left: Shorewood Police Officer Weston Barlog, Mrs. America Nicole Cook, Sergeant James Butcher, Sergeant Nicholas Forster and William B. Orenic Intermediate School Assistant Principal Kaitlin Curran.

Middle from left: Officer Kim Giugler, Briana Sarne, Jessica Mikuta, Olivia Stigger, McKayla Rossow, Nathan Garcia and Zachary Nichtula.

Front from left: Mylee Pass, Alih Rangel, Shyann Parker, A.J. Askew and Alexis Castellanos.

From Jeanne Millsap, Community Relations, Troy School District 30-C

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