Tonight, the Tri-Cities Figure Skating Club will have a table on the concourse. They will, of course, be promoting their club, but they also will have information on a film called "Rise" which commemorates the 50th anniversary of the 1961 U.S. World Figure Skating Team that perished in a plane crash on its way to the World Championships in Prague.
The movie will be shown only one time, and will be a nationwide special event. In the Tri-Cities, it will be shown at Regal Cinemas on Feb. 17. The time for the showing hasn't been announced. Tickets are $15. For more information on the movie, click here.
The skating club will have a fundraiser with a drawing for a pair of tickets to the movie.
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The Americans will be helping out with the Hockey Helps Haiti fundraiser tonight. There will be a silent auction with current and past Americans memorabilia; restaurant certificates; Daymond Langkow, Krusie Reddick and Jimmy Butcher bobbleheads; a signed basketball and four tickets for the Feb. 20 Harlem Globetrotters game and many other items.
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