I want to thank everyone again for coming to the Wichita Orpheum this past Saturday night for The Road to Valhalla. It was so great to see old and new friends there. I wish I could name every donor, volunteer, cast and crew at every event, but please know how appreciated you all are. Whether you've seen the film once, twice or more, our ability to get future funding and help is dependent upon these screenings. As a 501c3 not for profit, we receive grants and donations that look at our ability to reach an audience and tell a quality historical story. More screenings are coming and please consider spending some time with us. Also, we have merchandise and DVDs (Road to Valhalla soon) on our website. www.lonechimneyfilms.org 

Our stories are important. Who will tell these to the next generation? Our history and these stories should be remembered and passed down. Thanks to all of you who have said a kind word or done a kind deed over this past year. Every word has mattered and encourages me and all of us at LCF to keep going. Excited to soon tell the story of Home on the Range, a wonderful Kansas and American story. LCF is off to Smith Center, Kansas for screenings on January 25-26 with our friends ElDean Holthus and Sharon Black.

 

The film will also be screened at the Haysville Public Library, Haysville, KS on January 25 at 7:30 as part of Kansas Day festivities.  Thanks to Ken Reavis!

 

The Homestead National Monument, Beatrice, Nebraska on February 15 at 2 pm.  Thanks Tom Leahy!

 

We're still talking to Fort Scott, Augusta, McPherson and Overland Park.  Please stay tuned and we'll let you know!

Thanks again
Ken Spurgeon 
Executive Director 
Lone Chimney Films, Inc.

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