ONALASKA, Wis. (WKBT) - The public is invited to attend the premiere of the movie, "Pause" on Thursday, May 15 at Onalaska High School.
The 45-minute movie, produced by the Onalaska Hilltopper Rotary Club - The Pause Project, is about the dangers of teen drinking and driving. Organizers are working on the film so area schools can use the movie as a teaching tool in case they can't do a mock crash of their own.
Doors open at the public premiere on Thursday, May 15 at 6:30 p.m. The movie begins at 7 p.m.
The Pause Project is a partnership among the Onalaska Hilltopper Rotary Club, the Rotary International Foundation, the La Crosse Rotary Works Foundation, Onalaska Fire and Police Departments, and Gundersen Health System, Tri-State Ambulance, MedLink AIR, Soundframe Studios, EKPstudios, and Skyframe Aerial. News 8 is a proud sponsor of the movie, "Pause."
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