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10/12/04

Kids Treated to Movies and Desserts

You've heard of dinner and a movie, but what about dessert and a movie? Tinseltown and Krispy Kreme teamed together to allow children from the "Reaching Our Kids" youth group view the new movie "Sharktale." The kids then headed to Krispy Kreme to make their very own doughnuts.

In addition, Scholastic donated books for the children to take home.

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