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Feather River Bulletin  Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014 11A Chester theatre to show 'In the Face of Evil' In honor of America's serving and fallen heroes, the Mount Lassen Theatre group will show "In the Face of Evil" on Thursday, Sept. 11, at 7 p.m. only. The movie is free, and a complimentary bag of fresh movie popcorn and a bottle of water will be provided to all who attend. As the official website for the film explains, "More than a traditional war film, 'In the Face of Evil' plays out on an epic scale ... from the back lots of Hollywood to the jungles of Central America; from the mountains of Afghanistan to the palaces of the Kremlin; to the Brandenburg Gate in the heart of a divided Berlin ... "'In the Face of Evil' "In the Face of Evil" is the third free movie offering presented by the Mt. Lassen Theatre group. It will show one night only: Sept. 11. Photo submitted details, for the first time, with never-before-seen footage, the top-secret plans of Reagan and his inner circle.., and their brick-by-brick takedown of the 'Evil Empire.' "With the world mired in the beginnings of a new global conflict, 'In the Face of Evil' is more relevant today than ever. The film affords profound insights on the brutality of the last century, and offers a prism through which we can gain perspective on the bloody conflicts that stretch ahead and face us today. "As the 21st century's great conflict between freedom and Islamic fascism takes shape, 'In the Face of Evil,' and the words and deeds of Ronald Reagan, provide an invaluable lesson for how the U.S., and the free world, must combat the forces of evil.., if we are to survive." "In the Face of Evil" is rated PG-13 for historical images of violence and is not recommended for children under 13 years of age. There is no child care provided at the theatre. The theatre group is expecting a packed house so RSVPs are requested at MtLassenTheatre.com to secure seats. The theatre group is also encouraging attendees to the movie on 9/11 to proudly wear red, white and blue. Theatre update The theatre building served as the Chester Theater from 1949 to 1986 before being used by various churches over the past couple decades. After the theatre building was given to Mt. Lassen Community Church (mtlassencommunitychurch. org) in early 2014, its leadership decided to return its usage to a community theatre and an expanded entertainment venue for movies, dramas and concerts. The group is presently working with Womack Construction Co. and a popular Argentinean marquis artist to develop plans for future renovation. Following in the footsteps of other theatres across the country, the Mt. Lassen Theatre group will shortly start applying for theatre grants and turning to our mountain communities for donations. Renovated items throughout the theatre such as seats, the marquis, a theatre booth and a new stage that will open for Chester Park viewing of entertainment will be completed with donations. Contributors will be recognized through seat plaques or foundational stones or bricks that will be laid in front of the theatre before its grand reopening. More information, updates and donations will be posted and accepted through MtLassenTheatre.com. Handcyclists to circle Almanor in 34-rnile endurance ride Saturday M. Kate West Staff Writer chesternews@plurnasnews.com Participants in the 17th annual Wheel Around Lake Almanor Handcycle Endurance Ride will again take on the 34-mile trek around Lake Almanor, this year on Sunday, Sept. 14. This year WALA is being chaired by Lake Almanor Elks Lodge member Terry Parsons and he has been working to add multiple rest and refreshment stops for the event participants. "This is all about increasing services to the rider while upping the anticipationlevel of what will come up next in the ride," Parsons said. His efforts have paid off and a combination of five businesses and organizations will set up rest stations in support of WALA participants. Almanor Recreation and Park District, Edward Jones, the Rotary Club of Chester, the Chester Community United Methodist Church and West Shore volunteers will all be out to greet and offer refreshments to the cyclists. The event begins in front of the Old Town Chester location of the Lake Almanor Elks Lodge No. 2626. Cycles will be lined up after the Sunday breakfast and riders will take to the roadways at 9 a.m. Who can ride? While the primary participants are handcyclists, Parsons is encouraging anyone who would like to ride to do so. "Anybody within this readership that knows someone who would like to ride should know they are most welcome to join," he said. Parsons also said that a separate registration form would be made available to any cyclist who would like to ride and support the wheelchair athletes. Children, families and friends are encouraged to lap the lake in support of the handcyclists. The general cost to the public to join the ride is $25 a cyclist. About WALA WALA is a nonprofit fundraiser that supports many local children and families. Over the past 16 years WALA has provided support for dozens of individuals in need and to community agencies that provide other needed services in the Lake Almanor area. Pledges made to riders and community contributions, both local and from across the nation, have exceeded $80,000 over the ride's history. Donations can be made year-round to WALA, c/o Lake Almanor Elks Lodge, P.O. Box 1329, Chester, CA 96020. The annual event is traditionally hosted the second weekend after Labor Day. 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