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Join the Alzheimer’s Association of Eastern North Carolina and the Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater for a free community screening of the documentary, “Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me,” on Thursday, September 28th! Free Alzheimer’s disease resources and information about the upcoming Lumberton Walk to End Alzheimer’s (Saturday, October 14th at Wesley Pines) will be provided. Registration and refreshments will be between 5 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. and the movie will begin at 6 p.m. RSVP is required by Sept. 25th by calling 1-800-272-3900 or by following the following link (click on the first purple banner Alzheimer’s Association Programs and Events, then enter your zip code, you will see the online registration link):  http://www. communityresourcefinder.org/

All questions about this event can be e-mailed to Jenn Briand at JBriand@alz.org.

“Glen Campbell:  I’ll Be Me” documents the legendary singer’s extraordinary journey and farewell tour as he and his family navigate the unpredictable nature of Alzheimer’s disease using love, laughter and music as their medicine of choice. The film’s soundtrack was awarded two Grammy Awards, including 2015 Best Country Song.  “One of the most remarkable documentaries in recent years, you do not want to miss this movie.” -Richard Roeper, Film Critic, Chicago Sun Times

Go to www.carolinaciviccenter.com to see a preview of the film.

The Carolina Civic Center Historic Theater is a beautifully-restored treasure listed on the National Register of Historic Places that offers visitors a unique and visually stunning experience. The theater is located at 315 North Chestnut Street in the heart of downtown Lumberton.  First opened in 1928 as a vaudeville and silent film house, the theater offers a wide array of programming including live touring performances, original productions, art exhibits, films, special events and rentals. For more information visit www.carolinaciviccenter.com.

 

 

 

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