June Teen Group – We’re going to a movie premiere!

Start:
June 13, 2012 2:00 pm
End:
June 13, 2012 6:00 pm
Venue:
Hollywood Palms Movie Theater
Address:
352 S. Rt 59, Naperville, IL, United States, 60540
We have a very special Teen Event planned for Wednesday, June 13, 2012, at 2:00pm at the Hollywood Palms Movie Theater in Naperville, IL!
 
The EFGC Teen Group has been given a limited number of tickets to a pre-sceening for a movie, and one of the lead actresses in the film has epilepsy.  Her name is Rylie Jo Behr and she is 12 years old from Mason City, Iowa.   Rylie began acting in her local area in Des Moines, IA before signing to her agency in Los Angeles, CA. Rylie has been seen in television shows on local and national levels with the WQPT PBS series Get Movin and the Sci-Fi show Children of the Corn. She also appeared in the film, The Crazies directed by Breck Eisner. Rylie’s commercial and industrial work includes McDonalds, Bea, Genie, 3M as well as print work in Food & Family Magazine, Midwest Living Magazine and Kohls Magazine. Rylie also stars in the short film Nanuq, directed by Jill Jones.
 
The movie is called “I Heart Shakey,”  and it’s about a single father named JT and his daughter Chandler.  They move from a small town to Chicago with their lovable family mutt Shakey.  After missing the fine print in their rental contract, JT is forced to find Shakey a new home.  Chandler hatches a plan to keep Shakey and teach JT a valuable lesson about loyalty and the importance of keeping family together.  For more information on the film and cast visit: http://www.iheartshakey.com 
 
We have a limited number of tickets for 1 Teen Group Member + 1 Adult per family.  The event begins at 2:00p at the Hollywood Palms Theater located at 352 S. Route 59 Naperville, IL 60540 on Wednesday, June 13, 2012.  If you are interested, please contact Tracy at tschultz@epilepsychicago.org or 312-939-8622 ext 224 ASAP.
 
Also, included with the screening will be music, games, a red carpet and autograph signing in the lobby following the film.