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Landmark High School holds annual Thanksgiving dinner

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On Tuesday, Nov. 24, Landmark High School in Spanish Fork held its fifth annual Thanksgiving dinner for the students. This is a great opportunity for the students to feel as if they are part of a family.

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Students were treated to a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with mashed potatoes, stuffing, turkey, gravy, rolls and pie. Costco in Spanish Fork donated the pies to the school and the students were very appreciative of their donation.

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Along with the wonderful dinner, the students had the opportunity to see their peers perform three different dance numbers put on by the school’s dance teams. It was a great opportunity for the students to show off their talent.

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Landmark Principal Lynn Mecham performed the traditional carving of the turkey following the dance program. After the turkey was carved, the faculty and the staff served the students.

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After all the students, faculty and honored guests were fed, the leftover food was boxed up by the students and donated to Tabatha’s Way to give to those in need. The Landmark students felt like this was the best way to give back to the community.

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