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Motorcycle Movie With Mitchell Ties To Screen
Motorcycle Movie With Mitchell Ties To Screen

A movie about motorcycles which will screen here next week features a Mitchell family and organization.  Laura Klock with Klock Werks Kustom Cycles says she and her family make an appearance in the movie, and Helping With Horsepower is also featured.  The Abbott House program allows the girls there to tear down and rebuild a motorcycle in a healing process that promotes teamwork, self confidence, and problem solving.

Klock says tickets for the film, which will screen on Thursday, January 30th at Logan Luxury Cinemas in Mitchell, must be purchased in advance.  Tickets for the film are ten dollars, and additional contributions include raffle tickets, Helping with Horsepower project tickets, and lunch prepared by Abbott House girls.  They can be purchased online at http://www.tugg.com/events/7582.  For more information, call 996-2486.

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