Movie night to fight abuse

“Grease” is the word as the popular movie hits the screen at Jewel Theatre in Stettler to raise funds for the Association

“Grease” is the word as the popular movie hits the screen at Jewel Theatre in Stettler to raise funds for the Association of Communities Against Abuse.

The show is set for Monday at 7 p.m.

“We are asking everyone to come dressed up in the fashions of the 1950s,” said treasurer Noreen Woolsey.

“This is an evening where we want to get more people aware about this organization.”

ACAA provides services to help children and adults in abuse situations and covers a large region, north to Wainwright and Camrose, south to Drumheller and east to the Saskatchewan border.

The association serves children and adults who have been sexually abused, although mostly children, Woolsey said.

“We are getting more parents who are sending their children to our association.

”During the evening, movie-goers will be treated by William E. Hay Composite High School’s Wildcat Theatre thespians, who presented Grease last November.

“The Pink Ladies and the T-Birds from that play will be in attendance,” Woolsey said.

Tickets are $10 each for all ages and available at the door or from Christel Shuckburgh. Phone her at 403-742-6475.


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