Canaan Railroad Days

Railroad Days

Noble Horizons proudly participated in the 55th annual Canaan Railroad Days, a two-week celebration and festival of spectacular events, activities, competitions, music, carnival rides and so much more!  Pictured are Noble team members grilling and selling rib-eye steak sandwiches which sold out!  100% the proceeds were donated to the Canaan Fire Company and the Pilgrim House, home of the local food kitchen.  Just as sales ended the fireworks went off - enjoy the grand finale!



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