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PHOTO GALLERY: Ragtag Cinema celebrates 12th anniversary

Wednesday, June 30, 2010 | 10:03 p.m. CDT; updated 10:35 p.m. CDT, Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Tracy Lane, dressed up as Mrs. White from the movie "Clue," prepares cupcakes and beverages for the 12th anniversary of Ragtag Cinema as Chris Boeckman, left, and Jon Westhoff share a joke on Wednesday. The event started off with a movie karaoke followed by a movie screening of "Clue," where the staff of Ragtag performed a scene from the movie.

COLUMBIA — Wednesday was the 12th anniversary of the Ragtag Cinema, which first started as a film series by David Wilson and Paul Sturtz. In 1998, the cinema was built as an innovative and independent cinema house that gave people in Columbia the opportunity to see movies that they wouldn't normally be able to see.

Ragtag celebrated its 12th anniversary by holding a birthday bash with food and beverages supplied by the Uprise Bakery. Following the movie karaoke, there was a screening of the movie "Clue," where the staff of Ragtag performed a scene from the movie.

 

 

Steve Ruffin, dressed up as Mr. Plum from the movie "Clue," prepares food and beverages before the beginning of the movie karaoke event at the Ragtag Cinema on Wednesday. Ragtag celebrated its 12th anniversary by holding a birthday bash with food and beverages supplied by the Uprise Bakery. Following the movie karaoke, there was a screening of the movie "Clue," where the staff of Ragtag performed a scene from the movie.
From left, Tamara Coker and Tyler Flaker look through the program before the beginning of the movie karaoke at the Ragtag Cinema on Wednesday. It was the 12th anniversary of the Ragtag, which first started as a film series by David Wilson and Paul Sturtz. In 1998, the cinema was built as an innovative and independent cinema house that gave opportunities for people in Columbia to see movies that they wouldn't be able to see.

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