Metro Technology Digital Video and Web Development students were in attendance as their film was featured during a recent event at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.
Students created the film for A Chance To Change, a non-profit organization dedicated to changing lives affected by addiction and behavioral disorders. The students' teacher, Harry Wolohon, has been a long-standing volunteer for the organization, utilizing his videography skills to help. Mr. Wolohon and his students attended the organization's annual fundraising event, where they not only saw their finished film, but also ran cameras during the event.
They posed for a photograph with actress Mariel Hemingway, who shared her family's struggles with addiction as the guest speaker.