Whidbey residents should watch ‘The Mully Movie’

Editor,

Since Whidbey Island is known for its compassion, I thought people would enjoy this heartwarming true story of compassion for the poorest of the poor, “The Mully Movie,” in theaters only Oct. 3-5 at 7 p.m.

Abandoned at age 6 by his abusive family, Dr. Charles Mully spent 10 years on the streets of Kenya. A chance encounter with a young man gave Mully the hope to venture into business, turning his life into a rags-to-riches success. He became a millionaire and lived the good life with his family. Then one day at age 40, he noticed the street boys of Nairobi and remembered his own desperate past.

Mully began to bring these orphans home with him and eventually spent all his wealth to rescue thousands of children on the streets in Kenya. And they all call him “Daddy.”

Ticket sales support orphans in Kenya and foster children in the United States. Look online for more details.

Showings at the Alderwood 7 and the Everett Mall 16.

LORINDA NEWTON

Clinton

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