By: Mike Springer
May 30, 2013
Wakulla County, FL-Wakulla High School Seniors are just a day away from graduating. But before they do, many of them are taking an important pledge.
More than 250 seniors are pledging not to do drugs or drink alcohol.
It's part of a national anti-drug event called 'Project Graduation.'
The Wakulla Sheriff's Office hosted the event this year at Wakulla Springs.
WCSO says it's way to celebrate the end of the school year and build relationships with the seniors.
"It lets them know that the deputies aren't the boogieman. That they're good guys. They're out there to help them and we are there for them," said Sheriff Charlie Creel.
The event includes water rides, games and plenty of food for the seniors. It's expected to last until midnight.
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