The film “Rachel’s Challenge” will show at the Dolores Community Center Jan. 8 at 6:30 p.m.
It kicks off a series of films being shown by Hope Montezuma to foster discussion of mental health issues.
Rachel Joy Scott’s life was cut short during the Columbine High School shooting on April 20, 1999. Hear the inspiring true story of one girl’s dream being fulfilled two decades after her death.
The film is a powerful reminder of the little things we can do every day to make the world a better place. The presentation is recommended for audiences seventh grade and up.
Hope Montezuma is a group composed of parents, school staff, and community members who care about mental health of children and their families.
The organization uses partnerships and research to create a forum of open discussion on mental health, and to access new models that have been found highly effective in schools around the nation.
The senior class will provide child care at the event. Other supporters of the project include Communities that Care, Four Corners Youth Clinics, Dolores School District RE-4A and the Dolores Bears Booster Club.
Information on upcoming films will be announced soon.
This article was reposted on Jan. 11 to correct the date of the showing.