Movie donates to local church


‘Tarnished Notes,’ line producer Monty Hobbs, right, presents a a donation to the Rev. Bobby Herring, pastor of Beulah United Methodist Church. The Salemburg-area church will be used as one of the locations in the movie, based on a novel by Sampson Independent publisher/editor Sherry Matthews, being filmed in Sampson County this month.


‘Tarnished Notes,’ line producer Monty Hobbs, right, presents a a donation to the Rev. Bobby Herring, pastor of Beulah United Methodist Church. The Salemburg-area church will be used as one of the locations in the movie, based on a novel by Sampson Independent publisher/editor Sherry Matthews, being filmed in Sampson County this month.

‘Tarnished Notes,’ line producer Monty Hobbs, right, presents a a donation to the Rev. Bobby Herring, pastor of Beulah United Methodist Church. The Salemburg-area church will be used as one of the locations in the movie, based on a novel by Sampson Independent publisher/editor Sherry Matthews, being filmed in Sampson County this month.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_DSCF4546.jpg‘Tarnished Notes,’ line producer Monty Hobbs, right, presents a a donation to the Rev. Bobby Herring, pastor of Beulah United Methodist Church. The Salemburg-area church will be used as one of the locations in the movie, based on a novel by Sampson Independent publisher/editor Sherry Matthews, being filmed in Sampson County this month.
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