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"Christmas in July" Movie Night - 1776

...except in August

PRICE OF ADMISSION:
$1 or an unwrapped cuddly "Teddy bear" toy or doll or something similar to be donated to the Pembroke Pines Police Station.  The Pembroke Pines Police Station has a toy room to comfort the children unfortunate enough to cross a policeman's path.  The toys are given from the police cars and at the front desk. The toy room at the Pembroke Pines Police Station could use your help all year round.

And for all those wonderful ladies who donated their baked goods for last year's Christmas in July movie, we won't be unhappy if we get offers from you to do it again this year, so we have something to go with our coffee!  Please call the Voice of Hollybrook office at 954-431-0600 X245

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1776 is a 1972 American musical film directed by Peter H. Hunt. The screenplay by Peter Stone was based on his book for the 1969 Broadway musical of the same name.  The song score was composed by Sherman Edwards. 

Our nation's fathers harmonize their way through the founding of America in this relatively accurate musical adapted from a popular Broadway show. Colonial representatives gather in Philadelphia with the aim of establishing a set of governmental rules for the burgeoning United States.  Benjamin Franklin (Howard daSilva) and John Adams (William Daniels) charge Thomas Jefferson (Ken Howard) with the work of writing a statement announcing the new country's emancipation from British rule.

Earlier Event: August 10
Special Board Meeting