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Glen Campbell to be honored at Arkansas Motion Picture Institute fundraiser

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Glen Campbell will attend an Arkansas Motion Picture Institute fundraiser at Argenta Community Theater Sept. 6.
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  • Glen Campbell will attend an Arkansas Motion Picture Institute fundraiser at Argenta Community Theater Sept. 6.

After Glen Campbell wraps up his concert at Robinson Center Music Hall on Sept. 6, he'll head over to Argenta Community Theater for The Welcome Home Reception, which is the kickoff event for the Arkansas Motion Picture Institute. Proceeds will benefit the APMI and Alzheimer's Arkansas.

Campbell will be presented with the Star Award, "For Mr. Campbell's Career of Outstanding Achievement in Music, Television and Film."

Some of the special guests at the fundraiser include First Lady Ginger Beebe, Mark Wright, president and Chief Creative Officer of Show Dog — Universal Music, and filmmakers James Keach and Trevor Albert, who are making a documentary about Campbell and his Goodbye Tour.

Reservations are $100 per person, and you can make them at ArgentaCommunityTheater.org or by calling 501-353-1443.

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