A large and hungry contingent of Moab residents enjoyed turkey and all the trimmings at the 15th annual free Thanksgiving dinner sponsored by WabiSabi and the Moab Chamber of Commerce at the Grand Center, Nov. 28.
The Moab Community Recycle Center will participate in America Recycles Day events Nov. 15-16.
The Grand County Middle School Honor Society is having a Locker Sticker fundraiser this week. A design contest was held in Ms. Murdock’s eighth grade art class and the winners were Cadence Ballard, Jordan Bell, Alexis Day, Ali Jones, Amelia McKay, Louraina Minor and Emily Rutherford.
The Youth Garden Project has been awarded a $4,000 grant from the Grand Conservation District to be used for projects supporting the organization’s agricultural education, according to Executive Director Kaitlin Thomas.
The Red Rock 4-Wheelers, a 4-wheel drive club, appreciate and thank the Moab community for supporting our annual Easter Jeep Safari for the last 53 years. This year, the club gave back a total of $17,000 in donations to local entities – with a special focus on Grand County High School.
The Grand County Family Support Group at The Christmas Box House will hold its fifth annual Trunk or Treat from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Oct. 31 – Halloween! – at the Old Spanish Trail Arena.
Members of the Moab Rotary Club recently distributed about 130 dictionaries to five classes of third graders at HMK and Moab Charter School, above. Teachers were pleased with the donation, especially since it came early in the school year, according to an announcement from the club.
In September, road cyclists at the Moab Century Tour put purpose to their cycling and donated $3,010 to the cancer treatment room at Moab Regional Hospital. Thanks to Mavic Wheels, $1,785 was also generously raised and given directly to Olivia Blackwelder’s family, according to event officials. Pictured here are Carri Wullner and Allan Arendt, winners of a wheel set.
Isabelle and Griffin Oldroyd opened a lemonade stand over the weekend to raise funds for their classmates at HMK Elementary who cannot afford a hot lunch.
With the help of 25 volunteers and public lands officials, the Canyonlands Field Institute recently organized its largest cleanup of the Colorado River to date, trolling from Hittle Bottom to Takeout Beach, for litter caught up in this year’s high waters.
The family of the late Terry Page presented four checks totaling $13,000 to Red Devil athletic teams. Page’s granddaughter, Hannah Tuft, gave the formal announcement of the donations before the opening serve of the varsity volleyball match Thursday evening, Sept. 5.