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Former Denver Nuggets players, mascot Rocky serve scratch-made lunches to students
Denver – With the season of giving thanks in full swing, Denver Public Schools (DPS) is celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday with a celebratory lunch for elementary students at Bradley International School and a little help from a few special guests. Showcasing the delicious scratch-made food students receive every day from DPS’ Food and Nutrition Services, former Denver Nuggets players Ervin Johnson, Walter Davis and Mark Randall, who also serves as the Nuggets’ Community Ambassador, joined by the team’s lovable mascot Rocky, will spread holiday cheer and give thanks as they serve a festive Thanksgiving lunch and eat alongside students and families.
DPS Thanksgiving Lunch
DPS educators, students and families, plus special celebrity guests: Denver Nuggets mascot Rocky, former Denver Nuggets players Ervin Johnson, Walter Davis and Mark Randall
Thursday, Nov. 16
10:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.: celebrity guests serve and eat with students and families
Bradley International School
3051 S. Elm St.