Needles, CA: Togetherness and a movie during Vista Family Movie Night.
Vista Colorado Elementary School Student Leaders hosted Vista Family Movie Night on Friday, December 2nd, 2016 inside the Auditorium at Needles High School in Needles, California.
Families came out, some in the pajamas and carrying blankets, to enjoy the movie together and with snacks served up by wonderful people.
The movie night was free and played the movie “The Polar Express” which was about a young boy embarks on a magical adventure to the North Pole on the Polar Express.
There was some disc problems that occurred during the movie, but organizers kept working hard to fix the problem.
The movie night was held inside the new carpeted Needles High School Auditorium which has become a wonderful place for having movie nights locally.
In the pass, the Needles High School Auditorium was used for other movie nights, including a movie night held for the Needles Centennial Celebration in 2013 where people got to enjoy the movies “Convoy” and “Grapes of Wrath” which featured Needles, California in them.
A night at the movie for free, along with great food and friendly served, helped bring families and friends more together that night which is what the holiday seasons are meant for, togetherness and all thanks to the hard working crew from Vista Colorado Elementary School.
Thank you and great work to everybody from Vista Colorado Elementary School and to Needles High School for the use of a great auditorium.