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Updated: 05/17/2017 08:30:03AM

Hundreds just say no

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PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

State Attorney Brian Haas was the keynote speaker and here he rouses the students.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Ernie Cooper who organized and has been a part of the Just Say No Parade for 27 years, at the rally at the Bartow High School gym Thursday.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Members of the champion Bartow High School Cheer team entertain the students at the rally.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

One of the fifth graders recognizes a loved one along the parade route.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

State Attorney Brian Haas was the keynote speaker and here he rouses the students.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Ernie Cooper who organized and has been a part of the Just Say No Parade for 27 years, at the rally at the Bartow High School gym Thursday.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

One of the fifth graders recognizes a loved one along the parade route.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Members of the champion Bartow High School Cheer team entertain the students at the rally.

By CHARLES A. BAKER III

Correspondent

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BARTOW – Quite a few things happened in downtown Bartow last Wednesday starting with the 27th Annual Just Say No March and Rally in the morning.

Fifth graders from 11 area schools marched three miles from 1st Avenue near the Chicken Shack, west on Main Street and south on Broadway to the high school.

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