IT IS TIME TO SHOW OUTRAGE!

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STUCK 
IS COMING TO DAYTON 

More than a movie, it’s a movement.           
                  WHEN: May 12 – 7:00 pm

                  WHERE: Epiphany Lutheran Church,
6430 Far Hills Ave Dayton, OH

HOW MUCH:
Admission to the screening is free, but donations will be accepted for two worthy               adoption causes: Adoption fees for the Collins family of Lebanon, Ohio working to adopt Maggie             from Guatemala for five years and Lamb International’s project to provide extensive training to                   orphan caregivers from the Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan.


SPONSORED BY LAMb International – a worldwide mission serving children and families and        local adoption advocates
WHAT IS STUCK?
The award-winning documentary film, STUCK, is the story of the struggles and rewards of international adoption. It is travelling to 60 cities over 3 months, beginning March 1. A special screening, hosted by local adoption advocates and LAMb International, will be in Dayton on Sunday, May 12 at 7 pm at the Epiphany Lutheran Church, 6430 Far Hills Ave Dayton, OH 45459.
STUCKfollows the stories of four orphans from Haiti, Vietnam and Ethiopia and their heartbreaking struggles to come home to their families. The STUCK film is designed to raise awareness – and outrage – over the deplorable system of international adoption. Bureaucracy, inefficiencies and politics keep children incarcerated in orphanages around the world when loving families are willing and eager to adopt them.
For more information, call Angela Manuszak, STUCK Dayton city host at 937-433-1669, Jayne Schooler, 937 689-0985 or the Both Ends Burning office at 877-908-5161 or visit the STUCK Web site at www.stuckdocumentary.com. 
To view the trailer or download the film for personal viewing, please visit www.stuckdocumentary.com.

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  1. Angela  May 1, 2013

    I saw the film in Cincinnati this week and it is beautiful, powerful, and haunting. Funny in spots, but very poignant and well-told everywhere. I'm so glad it's coming to Dayton!

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