UPDATE: December 5, 2016
Thank you to Judge Reinhold for making Sunday’s screening of The Santa Clause at the Melba Theater such a special event for the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches!
More than 220 attended this special screening and Q&A with Reinhold to benefit the Ranches. Reinhold talked about his experience making the film with actor Tim Allen. He answered questions spanning his acting career and also talked about what made him pursue acting as a career.
Reinhold also spoke about his upbringing on a farm in Virginia. He said he feels like he has come full circle now that he lives in Arkansas and says he enjoys the pace of life in Arkansas. He talked about how he relates to the boys and girls who live at the ASYR and how they are an inspiration to him.
After the Q&A (which included a demonstration of the original Oscar Meyer Weenie Whistle from the film!), Reinhold spent time signing autographs and taking photos with the audience. Thank you to the Melba Theater and all who attended Sunday’s screening for supporting the ASYR!
If you would like to support the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches this Christmas season, you can donate online here or click here to see a list of our boys and girls’ Christmas wish lists. With your help, we can give the boys and girls who live at the Ranches a very merry Christmas!
Actor Judge Reinhold will Host Screening of The Santa Clause to Benefit ASYR
Actor Judge Reinhold will be making an appearance this Sunday at the Melba Theater in Batesville for a very special screening of the holiday film The Santa Clause staring Tim Allen. Reinhold is best known for his roles in Beverly Hills Cop and Fast Times at Ridgemont High and plays Neal in The Santa Clause.
Reinhold will meet and greet moviegoers at this special screening, which is also a benefit for the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches. The film will begin at 2:00 pm this Sunday, December 4 at the Melba Theater, located at 115 West Main Street in downtown Batesville. There will also be a question-and-answer session and an opportunity for signings with Reinhold after the screening.
Reinhold is also encouraging attendees to bring an unwrapped Christmas present appropriate for ages 6-18 for the children who live at the Youth Ranches. “The Youth Ranches have been around for 40 years,” said Reinhold. “The foster kids are from all over the state, from ages 6-18. Even though they aren’t with their biological families, the staff is their family, and they seem like their proud to live at the Ranches.”
Contact Matt Cleveland at 501-940-3440 or visit www.YouthRanches.com for more information about the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches or to find out how to get involved to support their children this Christmas.