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Nino Young of Peachtree City was fortunate to be an extra in the just released movie “Letters To God” and is pictured at a pre-release screening event where he gave opening remarks. Based on a true story, it depicts how a boy handles adversity by writing letters to God and his impact on the lives of his family and friends. The movie is produced by the company that brought the inspirational films “Fireproof” and “Facing The Giants” and is now showing in local theatres. Young, 12, is a member of Peachtree City United Methodist Church and a student at Rising Starr Middle School. Photo/Special.

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Awesome family,faith based film. Go see it and help keep these movies coming.

Jen

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