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Children of the corn: Online students make a drug-free pledge at Chatfield corn maze (photos)

Yesterday, Colorado online students and their families gathered at the Botanic Gardens corn maze near Chatfield Reservoir to mark Red Ribbon week. There, they were rewarded for making a pledge to stay drug-free with a National Guard helicopter flyover and more. Get a feel for the festivities by checking out the following photo gallery by Westword photog Johnny Molfetta.

Taking the drug-free pledge.
Taking the drug-free pledge.
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

Checking out a chopper.
Checking out a chopper.
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

Lining up with help from the nice soldier-men.
Lining up with help from the nice soldier-men.
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

Handing out red ribbons.
Handing out red ribbons.
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

"Pleased to meet you, little miss."
"Pleased to meet you, little miss."
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

For this girl, the trip was a chilling experience.
For this girl, the trip was a chilling experience.
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

This baby bear is drug-free, too.
This baby bear is drug-free, too.
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

A corny journey.
A corny journey.
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

Keep walking: You'll get out eventually.
Keep walking: You'll get out eventually.
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

They seem to know where they're going...
They seem to know where they're going...
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

"Hello? Anybody out there?"
"Hello? Anybody out there?"
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

"Let's get going."
"Let's get going."
Photo by Johnny Molfetta

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