Spring Creek Charter Academy plans movie night
BY ETHAN REDDISH
Spring Creek Charter Academy plans to host a free movie night next week, Thursday, December 10 at 6:30 p.m. Chick-fil-A sandwiches, pizza from Uncle Bill’s, hotdogs, chips, popcorn, candy and hot chocolate will all be provided concessions.
The film will be screened outdoors, with social distancing in place. There will be space for people to sit in lawn chairs or on blankets. However, if anyone wishes to remain in their car, they will be provided with the ability to listen to the film in their car like at a drive-in.
According to Kim Worek, “This event is a way to say thank you to not only our Stallion families but to the whole community for their support of our school and the PTO.”
Due to the school’s agreement when applying for the license to screen the film, they are not allowed to disclose the film in print or via broadcast. To find the film’s title, visit Spring Creek’s Facebook page.
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