Red Rock Canyon School’s 44th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner was a huge success full of food, family, friends, and thanks for being together with people from around the community who care for each other and serve each other at this special time of year.
Thanksgiving at Red Rock Canyon School is a tradition that goes back 44 years – a tradition that family members, school employees and the entire community is proud of.
We are so thankful that so many people joined us for Thanksgiving this year. We love to see so many people from many walks of life getting together to celebrate the blessings we each receive – family, health, loved ones, peace and community.
We look forward to another chance to get together for Thanksgiving next year.
ST GEORGE, Utah – The Red Rock Canyon School will again be holding their annual Thanksgiving feast on Thursday, Nov. 26 at 11 a.m.
This will be the 44th year of giving back to the community for the holiday by serving a meal to any who attend.
School’s founder Frank Habibian started this tradition over 40 years ago. Each year it only gets bigger and better! Absolutely everyone is welcome.
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It has been a tradition started by our founder Frank Habibian over 40 years ago.
Each year it only gets bigger and better! In 2013 we had over 3,000 people join us for the annual event which gives us and our students a chance to give thanks by serving our community.
We love how Thanksgiving in this setting brings so many people from different walks of life together to enjoy great food and spend some time in reflection of what is most important – people in our lives, family, friends and community.
Each year we prepare over 200 turkeys and more than 250 pies of every kind for days leading up to the big day. Community members come out to help with their time and donations of food and funds to help make the dinner a success each year.