Dodge the high and tell drugs goodbye was the message during a Red Ribbon Week celebration at Coral Shores High School, which began Oct. 23 and ended on the morning Oct. 31. Red Ribbon Week is the nation’s largest and longest drug prevention campaign. Activities organized by student leaders included a dodgeball tournament, a rally and a little basketball knockout. Students dressed in red T-shirts gathered in a ribbon shape to close out the activities. Shyara Lara, activities director, and Wilmarie Lopez, counselor with the Westcare Guidance Care Center, assisted with the activities. The Elks Lodge in Tavernier, Pinfish Entertainment, Native Construction and Monroe County Education Coalition were among the sponsors.