Area residents view movie at Blan Theatre about heroin addiction


About 25 people of all ages attended the showing of “Chasing the Dragon” at the Blanchester Movie Theatre Thursday night. The movie depicts the life experience of several people who have experienced the tragedy caused by heroin addiction. “While the crowd was smaller than we had hoped, we are greatly appreciative of those who took time out of their evening to attend,” said Police Chief Scott Reinbolt. “We would also like to acknowledge the fact that representatives of the Clinton County Common Pleas Court Recovery Docket, Blanchester Park Board, Clinton County Mental Health and Recovery Services as well as the Mayor of Blanchester were in attendance. We appreciate their support as well. We also appreciate the management and owners of the Blanchester Movie Theatre, who donated the venue as well as provided free refreshments for those who attended.”


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About 25 people of all ages attended the showing of “Chasing the Dragon” at the Blanchester Movie Theatre Thursday night. The movie depicts the life experience of several people who have experienced the tragedy caused by heroin addiction. “While the crowd was smaller than we had hoped, we are greatly appreciative of those who took time out of their evening to attend,” said Police Chief Scott Reinbolt. “We would also like to acknowledge the fact that representatives of the Clinton County Common Pleas Court Recovery Docket, Blanchester Park Board, Clinton County Mental Health and Recovery Services as well as the Mayor of Blanchester were in attendance. We appreciate their support as well. We also appreciate the management and owners of the Blanchester Movie Theatre, who donated the venue as well as provided free refreshments for those who attended.”

About 25 people of all ages attended the showing of “Chasing the Dragon” at the Blanchester Movie Theatre Thursday night. The movie depicts the life experience of several people who have experienced the tragedy caused by heroin addiction. “While the crowd was smaller than we had hoped, we are greatly appreciative of those who took time out of their evening to attend,” said Police Chief Scott Reinbolt. “We would also like to acknowledge the fact that representatives of the Clinton County Common Pleas Court Recovery Docket, Blanchester Park Board, Clinton County Mental Health and Recovery Services as well as the Mayor of Blanchester were in attendance. We appreciate their support as well. We also appreciate the management and owners of the Blanchester Movie Theatre, who donated the venue as well as provided free refreshments for those who attended.”
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/web1_IMG_6848.jpgAbout 25 people of all ages attended the showing of “Chasing the Dragon” at the Blanchester Movie Theatre Thursday night. The movie depicts the life experience of several people who have experienced the tragedy caused by heroin addiction. “While the crowd was smaller than we had hoped, we are greatly appreciative of those who took time out of their evening to attend,” said Police Chief Scott Reinbolt. “We would also like to acknowledge the fact that representatives of the Clinton County Common Pleas Court Recovery Docket, Blanchester Park Board, Clinton County Mental Health and Recovery Services as well as the Mayor of Blanchester were in attendance. We appreciate their support as well. We also appreciate the management and owners of the Blanchester Movie Theatre, who donated the venue as well as provided free refreshments for those who attended.” Courtesy photo
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