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The Shawnee News-Star
  • Seminole State College to offer viewing

  • SSC to share documentary film.
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  • On Monday, Nov. 18, Seminole State College will share a new documentary film about Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe with its employees, students and members of the community. The co-founder of “Pros for Africa,” Reggie Whitten, who is a Seminole native, has made arrangements to bring Sister Rosemary to Seminole State College and show the movie in the Haney Center at 1 p.m. that day.
     
    The film, narrated by acclaimed actor Forest Whitaker, will premiere at the Napa Valley Film Festival held in California Nov. 13-17.
     
    Sister Rosemary, who is the overall supervisor at the St Monica’s Girls Tailoring Center in Gulu, Uganda, has touched countless lives – including those who met her on the campus during a visit several years ago.
     
    The film is one hour in length. The SSC program will also feature comments by Whitten and Sister Rosemary.
     
    The event will be free and open to the public.
     
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