The Classic Movie Club has selected “How Green Was My Valley” for their April screening Monday, April 16th at 7:00pm at the Yancey Theatre. Spanning fifty years “How Green Was My Valley” revolves around the life of the Morgans, a large Welch mining family, and their story is told through the eyes of it’s youngest child. Over the years the family struggles to survive through it’s ups and downs, the change in their culture and their traditional way of life. This 1941 classic was nominated for ten academy awards winning five including best picture, best director and best supporting actor. With a powerful cast including Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O’Hara, Donald Crisp, Roddey McDowell and Barry Fitzgerald “How Green Was My Valley is precisely the kind of movie that gave Hollywood dignity in it’s heyday. Also on the bill will be chapter four of the 1939 classic serial “Daredevils Of The Red Circle”. Everyone is invited to join with the Classic Movie Club for the screening of these two treasures from the “Golden age of Hollywood”. Once again they will be presented on the big screen as they was intended to be shown. There are no ticket sales for these events but your donations are greatly appreciated and needed to keep our movie club and the Yancey Theatre going. To be added to the club’s email list and be informed of future events email your address to email@example.com For more information call 682-2609.