‘AIRCRAFT CARRIER PREMIERE’ of 759 Boy Scouts of Harlem

In January we introduced readers to a new documentary film that was in production, titled 759: Boy Scouts of Harlem. In a followup interview with the co-directors, Joshua (from BoyandGirlScouts.com) tried to learn more about a possible release date, but it was left at Spring of 2009.

Well, wait no longer! A premiere viewing of the film is coming at the end of march. The Greater New York Council is hosting a premiere of the film on the Intrepid Aircraft Carrier, which is docked on the west side of Manhattan.

‘AIRCRAFT CARRIER PREMIERE’ of the documentary film: 759 Boy Scouts of Harlem
March 28th at 10AM
Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum (http://www.intrepidmuseum.org)
Pier 86, W 46th St and 12th Ave
New York City
Hosted by the Boy Scouts of America Greater New York Councils

To reserve a seat at the free screening: email Julio Garcia at BSA-GNYC at jugarcia@bsamail.org to request your name be added to the list; space is very limited and your name MUST be on the list.

To watch the film’s trailer, learn more about the film, or get updates on its production view the official website at http://www.harlemscouts.com

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