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Movie about sex trafficking set Jan. 30 in Port Orchard

Capital Christian Center will host the showing of the movie, “Chosen” at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 30 as part of “A Movie for Nathan’s Friends” promotion to honor 16-year-old Nathan Blanchette, of Gig Harbor, who died unexpectedly in December 2013. He was a member of Capital Christian Center.

The 20-minute movie is about two Washington girls who tell how they were targeted for sex trafficking.

The church is located at 902 Dekalb St.

The movie is free and presented by Freedom 13, an organization that collaborates with churches, synagogues and concerned groups to fill needs and join forces against child trafficking. The group is based in Kingston.

Freedom 13 representatives will share tools to keep youth safe including information about awareness workshops and the dangers of the internet.

For more information, visit www.Freedom13.org.

 

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