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Free movie, appearance by star July 8th

Milam County TRIAD invites you to a free movie Thursday, July 8 in the Yoe High School Auditorium, Cameron. The movie starts at 7 p.m. with free refreshments at 6:30.

MCT is operated on a “shoestring” budget and the revenue generated by the collected cell phones makes all this possible.

The movie “A Second Chance” was made at the University of Florida in 2004 and was shown on nat ional telev ision Sept. 15, 2005, UF professor James Babanikos wrote, directed and produced this 2004 film about an elderly man (Frank Hubert) who finds the fountain of youth.

Everyone will benefit from the film. The elderly can relate to it and the friends and family of a senior citizen will gain insights of life during the golden years.

Franklin Edward Hubert (who is the brother of this column’s author), will appear at the July 8 screening in Cameron.

Hubert, with 39 years in the theater, had roles in the plays “Rain Maker,” “Inherit the Wind,” “Rumors,” “Black Comedy,” “Man from La Mancha,” “The Sound of Music,” “The King and I,” “Squabbles” and “Oklahoma.”

Franklin Hubert (R) plays ‘Edward’ film’s lead character at 78, while Vincent Pisanti is Edward at 28. Franklin Hubert (R) plays ‘Edward’ film’s lead character at 78, while Vincent Pisanti is Edward at 28. There is ample parking with plenty of seats inside the Performing Arts Center at Yoe High School. It is at the corner of Fannin and 10th.

TRIAD appreciates the support from the Cameron ISD school board, superintendent and the staff for opening this state-of-theart facility to the general public.

The Milam County Retired Teachers Association plus others will furnish the refreshments and you the audience for making the effort to fill the seats. MCT is obligated to provide quality programs to its members, but is not responsible for small crowds. Your support will be noted in your attendance

tedh@alpha1.net


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