Amy at the Paw Paw Strand says this week's movie is no good.
"August 18 - 24, 2017, we will play 'The Emoji Movie.' I am aware of the terrible reviews this movie has received and I waited a week to confirm it because of that," she said.
Amy continues, "There is not much out there to choose from right now and I have played everything that I would put in its place."
Look it's a kid's movie, right? Amy thinks so: "The kids will enjoy it and we have great popcorn so come on in!"
Still, Amy wants to put better movies on Paw Paw's big screen and she told me she's already on it.
What do you think? in the comments section on my Facebook.
What LegionTown.org says about this book by local writer Drew Cooper and his dad:
"Making a Marine in the 21st Century is the ultimate guide to Marine Corps Recruit Training. Aspiring new recruits, recruiters, parents, family members, loved ones and Marines of all generations will want to read this book. "
"This father and son journey sets forth what every new recruit will need to know; what everyone in the recruit's family will want to know about the Marine Corps Recruit Depot. This is a detailed account of what it takes to become a Marine in the 21st Century. This is a father and son story told through correspondence and heartfelt analysis of working to become a Marine. Here is the foresight on what to expect and the encouragement to complete the journey to become a United States Marine. "
"This is a wonderful account of the full experience of Marine Boot Camp as told through Lance Corporal Drew Cooper and his dad. Not only does a new recruit learn what to expect; but the entire family learns what is needed to endure as the Recruit works his way to becoming a Marine."
This book is available now at:
Walt and Marie's Country Market, 44947 Red Arrow Hwy., Paw Paw, across from Reits Flea Market, phone 269-254-9729, open 7 am to 5 pm Tuesday through Sunday.
And online at Amazon.
Eleanor's Pantry is a completely volunteer organization and donations are used to provide food for up to 1,000 children and adults they help feed each month.
"Freshwater Community Church has welcomed the Village Players with open arms and we are so looking forward to performing on that fabulous stage," the theater group announces. Congratulations Players! See them in 2017 at their new home at 600 E. Michigan in Paw Paw. And read important updates about their schedule at the Courier-Leader.