Storied Streets

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies in Gig Harbor
6:30 PM, Friday, August 11, 2017 PST
Location: Gig Harbor (click for map)

“Storied Streets” explores the issue of homelessness across the country. The journey covers 13 cities across the country. The film will shatter the stereotypes most of us have about the homeless population.

Following the movie we will have community discussion and the opportunity to meet and listen to Richard LeMieux of Bremerton, Wa.

“Once affluent and secure in his status, Richard LeMieux ended up homeless on the streets of Bremerton with nothing but the van that became his shelter and his little dog Willow, who became his savior. “Breakfast at Sally’s,” the book LeMieux wrote about his fall from grace and struggle to regain stability, has lit thousands of fires across the nation in the battle to aid the homeless.”

“Breakfast at Sally’s” is one of those books you just can’t put down.  Mr. LeMieux will have his book for purchase after the movie.

Special Guests: Richard LaMeiux, author of "Breakfast at Sally's"

Sponsors: Greater Tacoma Community Foundation Marlene's Market and Deli

Release Year: 2014

Running Time: 61 min

Director: Jack Henry Robbins, Thomas A. Morgan

No Comments so far

Jump into a conversation

Leave a Comment, Continue the DiscussionYour email address will not be published. The Meaningful Movies Project is dedicated to civil, respectful conversations in which individual opinions are welcomed and honored. Please avoid violence in language, profanity, and personal attacks toward someone with whom you disagree. Avoid hurtful speech towards any race, religion, ethnicity, political affiliation, etc. Please use this space for the positive benefit of all, using thoughtful, succinct commentary. We reserve the right to remove comments that we deem inappropriate, and to block any subscribers who we feel refuse to comply.