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starlight film festThere is only one organization in Bruce and Grey brave enough to invited 350 teens to spend from midnight until 7:30 am watching movies and eating bottomless pop and popcorn....to raise funds for children and youth projects - that organization is the United Way of Bruce Grey!

Friday the 13th, (April) at the Galaxy Cinemas Owen Sound doors open at midnight.

The Starlight Film Festival celebrates its 15th year with 4 timely, and scary movies (14A rating) all designed to keep everyone awake all night long. Catch Split, Winchester, Get Out and Happy Death Day back to back. The all night adventure is fueled with bottomless pop & popcorn, along with unlimited video games. For tickets call 376-15-60, or check with your high school.

At a cost of $20 a ticket this event is one of the United Way's largest fundraising events of the year. All proceeds from the event go to supporting children and youth projects throughout the county – youth supporting youth.

Recognizing that transportation is an issue in the community the United Way and local community partners provide bussing from different communities encouraging youth from all corners of the counties to attend. Call the United Way to find out if a bus is heading from your town!

St John Ambulance along with lots of volunteers, along with 2 paid duty Grey County OPP officers provide for a safe environment.

Tickets should be purchased in advance, especially for those taking the bus. Tickets are being sold in various high schools, check with your high school office for more information or call the United Way. Attendees must be 14 to 18 years of age and ID is required prior to boarding a bus, or gaining entrance at Galaxy Cinemas.

source: media release, United Way of Bruce Grey

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