Wednesday was the 20th annual D.A.R.E. Day in Bingham County.
It’s like a picnic and it’s to celebrate D.A.R.E. graduates.
This started because the deputies wanted to give back to the kids.
D.A.R.E. stands for drug alcohol resistance education.
Wednesday was all about getting kids from all over the county to know they’re not alone in staying drug-free.
Law enforcement officials said this is a way to reward kids for their commitment to stay away from drugs and alcohol.
“You see these kids they all made that same commitment that they are gonna try and live their lives as much as a fifth-grader can commit to making good choices and staying out of trouble,” said Sgt. Craig Luker from the Bingham County Sheriff’s Office.
D.A.R.E. has been in Bingham County for 23 years.