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Movie Night at Coral Canyon
Posted on Oct 27, 2022

Movie Night at Coral Canyon

Residents at Coral Canyon enjoyed a community movie night! Thanks to all our residents for coming out to enjoy the night! Check out photos from the event!

Coral Canyon's Movie Night earlier this month was a huge success! We hope residents enjoyed themselves and the time spent with their community. We had 78 participants join us for this night of fun and couldn't have held such a successful event without the support of our volunteers from Amazon!

Please enjoy this statement from Amanda Farrugia, the Resident Services Specialist with Native American Connections:

"On behalf of Native American Connections, I would like to give my heartfelt thanks to all the people who have been a part of this project. The employees of both companies have done such a wonderful job in making this a success. To have such amazing supervisors leading the teams, we achieved success because of the teamwork. It has been a pleasure working with all of you. We look forward to working with you again in the future."

Movie Night at Coral Canyon with NAC


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