A New Song for Red Ribbon Day & Kiki Camarena

Red Ribbon Week began in 1988 in honor of DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) Agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, who was kidnapped and killed in Mexico in February of 1985. chaussures de foot adidas Agent Camarena, then 37, had uncovered a multi-billion dollar drug scam in which he suspected officers of the Mexican Army, police forces and government. cheap albion gold As he left his office one day, five men appeared at his side and kidnapped him. albion silver His body was found one month later in a shallow grave; he had been tortured and beaten. Peyton Manning Jerseys (Above information was taken from this site:)

I have added a Red Ribbon Day Program as a presentation to do in schools this fall. Kanken No.2 buy albion silver If your school is interested in my coming to present this 45 minute program, or to help your school with its own program, drop me an email (rickeyp@bayou.com) I’m presenting this in a school in Harlingen in October. Tennis Nike It includes a motivational speech that presents the life story of this hero and many life-changing values he believed in that will help your young scholars to live drug free.

Here is a song I’ve written for this program.

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  • The working title is “Red Ribbon Day” though that might change.

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    Red Ribbon Day by Rickey E.

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    Verse 1:

    Today, I heard your story, And my eyes were opened wide, And though I never met you.

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  • I know how hard you tried. buty damskie squash asics CHORUS: And the wind carries your ashes, To the place where heroes go, From the top of Signal Mountain, To the borders of Old Mexico Verse 2: Now red ribbons tell your story, And honor your memory, One man can make a difference, I know you did for me.

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  • buy albion gold CHORUS: Verse 3: Sometimes in the Valley, A sad dark rooster cries, Teaching us that it matters, How you live and how you die. albion gold CHORUS: Verse 4: You exposed all the lies, The payoffs and the greed, To bring down los narcos, And for that, they made you bleed.

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