Home Depot and volunteers participated in an Extreme Makeover at the Salvation Army this week. Over $16,000 in supplies was donated by Home Depot and volunteers worked on painting, carpeting, lighting and ceilings to give the Salvation Army a new look. On today’s show, Kim Conant unveils the results. Also today, Pastor James Hines from the Lily Mission Center; Coffee Talk with Robert Ernst of the Jackson Coffee Company; Dr. Jim O’Connor, St. Luke’s Clinic and Sherrie Douglas, Moose Lodge with a benefit fundraiser; weekend entertainment previews with Hollywood Correspondent Dave DeBaker.
Yesterday, the Michigan Theatre set a single day attendance record with 1,934 watching “Bully, the Movie”. The film continues its run next week and all are welcome.
UPDATE: The Michigan Theatre will host two more free family showings of “Bully The Movie” on Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 27-28, with Kevin Epling talking with families at the Thursday showing. The shows start at 6:30 p.m. both nights. Epling was the force behind the passage of “Matt’s Safe School Law” in Michigan. The law is named after his son who committed suicide in 2002 after continuously being bullied by older students