March 14 2018

By: Dar Bellissimo
Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Getting Grace

Spread the news! State College's Mick Trombley is involved in the national release of "Getting Grace," a movie making a difference around the country, not only to those who have suffered through a similar horrible event, but to those who are reminded that life need not be lived long to be lived fully! This film will open in State College on March 23!  Visit this link to see a trailer and a list of the cities holding "sneak peeks."

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