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Documentary film highlights the late David Beckman

A new documentary movie about a Twin Cities performer with Down syndrome will be shown Saturday, December 2 in Ham Lake. David! The Joyful Life of David Beckman was made recently featuring David E. Beckman, 51, who died October 9 after the film was completed. It features him in the making of a movie, as well as interacting with his family. The film lasts about an hour and will be shown at 4:00 PM at Oak Haven Church, 1555 Constance Blvd NE, Ham Lake (one block east of the intersection of Constance and Highway 65); 763-434-6013.

After graduating from Coon Rapids High School and Anoka Tech Transition Program, David worked at RISE-CIP in Coon Rapids and was involved in Opportunity Partners and People of Praise. For more information, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJYrcvmGUX8 or
https://www.facebook.com/The-Joyful-Life-of-David-Beckman-1079540675446860/.

Comments (0) • Posted in Announcements, Artists with Disabilities, News by Jon Skaalen on November 21, 2017.

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