Stephanie Murphy and Angie Davis of Tucker County's new Celebrate Recovery Program invited the Tucker County Commission to a private screening of "Home Run," a new movie that features the program.
Celebrate Recovery is a 12-step program similar to Alcoholics Anonymous, but with an overt Christian focus that is quickly gaining national recognition, Davis told the commission during its regular meeting Wednesday.
"The movie is a true story about a major league baseball player who had a serious alcohol problem and was told to find a program and sober up. The program he found was Celebrate Recovery," Davis said.
The movie will not be released until 2013, however the Tucker County Celebrate Recovery Program is inviting community members to a private screening of the film in order to acquaint them with the program. Davis said the official local opening is Aug. 20.
"We hope this movie will help the word get out about our program," she said.
In other commission business, Joel Goughnour was approved by the West Virginia Courthouse Facilities Improvement Authority to be the county representative for point of contact for Silling and Associates.