After more than two years of former students and parents posting on Facebook and other social media outlets that they wanted to come back to RedCliff to visit, RedCliff finally gave in and sponsored a reunion! More than 50 former students, parents and staff braved the ever changing Southwest Utah weather to come back to a place that literally changed lives forever. Take a look at the April 2011 RedCliff Ascent Reunion ! You'll be glad you did! Want to learn more? Please leave a comment and I will send you a booklet complete with photos and insight into this very unique intervention. Healthy fun...healthy families!
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