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Monday, March 23, 2015

Village in Howard presents the Selma movie March 24th

   The Village in Howard is growing in Howard County.  Currently the Village has 57 members and is planning its first community event highlighting the movie Selma and providing the personal experience of Sherman Howell who was a participant in the Selma March 50 years ago this year. Here is the information on the event.


"Come celebrate the 50th anniversary of the successful march to Selma, Alabama, which occurred on March 25, 1965. Hear Sherman Howell, the vice president of the African American Coalition of Howard County and fellow Howard County resident, talk about his personal experiences in that historic event.

No registration required. TVIH members and the public are welcome.
Cost $6, payable at the door.
Limited seating. Doors open at 6 pm. Program and movie start at 6:30 pm.

Come at 6:30 to hear Mr. Howell set the stage for the time period. The movie will start at 7 pm.

Thanks go out to Columbia Film Society and Kevin McAliley, Chair, Wilde Lake Village Board for their support of this event.

Parking instructions:
If you park in the Wilde Lake Village parking lot, by the Columbia Swim Center, walk to the left of the Swim Center. Slayton House is on your left. The first entrance is the handicapped entrance and where to enter for the event.
If you park in The Wilde Lake Interfaith Center parking lot, please park on the far half of the lot. Walk towards the Interfaith Center. To the left, walk up the wheelchair ramp. Slayton House is straight ahead on your left. Walk to the far side to enter the handicapped entrance."

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