Two students smiling

Last Friday, St. Anthony Village High School students hosted a gathering in the commons for over 240 Muslim and non-Muslim neighbors from St. Anthony and New Brighton to enjoy dinner and break the fast of Ramadan together. The student-led program included a few short speeches by students and elected officials from the Cities of St. Anthony and New Brighton. The meal, catered by Holy Land, was made possible by a grant from the St. Anthony New Brighton Family Services Collaborative.

It was a fun event with many community members joining to celebrate Iftar!

Three students at a podium smiling and cheering