Movie premiere to benefit GRACE’s Feed Our Kids program

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Southlake Style, the Tommy Pennington Realty Group and Harkins Theatres companies have teamed up to help sponsor GRACE’s Feed Our Kids program.

The three companies are hosting a movie premiere July 8 at the Harkins Theatres Southlake 14. Proceeds from the premiere of An American Girl: Saige Paints the Sky will be used to help fund Feed Our Kids.

“The Penningtons and Tesorieros, Southlake Style publishers, are such great friends and supporters of GRACE,” GRACE Executive Director Shonda Schaefer said. “They hold local children in need of assistance dear to their hearts as I know they keep GRACE at the forefront of their businesses and personal lives as well.”

GRACE began its Feed Our Kids program June 10 at six sites across Grapevine.

“We provide lunches for local children who may otherwise not receive a lunch during the summer months,” Schaefer said.

At Feed Our Kids, low-income children receive lunch from GRACE volunteers and staff.

“Frequently, these children must be left alone during the day while their parents work,” Schaefer said. “Feed Our Kids provides children with a nutritious meal, and the program also gives children enrichment activities and opportunities to socialize safely with other children and volunteers.”

The Saige movie premiere has sponsorship opportunities for local businesses. To be a part of the event, contact Southlake Style at nicole@southlakestyle.com.

For event details and ticket information, go to www.SouthlakeStyle.com.

For more information on the GRACE Feed Our Kids program, go to its website at www.GRACEGrapevine.org.

Marty Sabota, 817-390-7367

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