Danville Express

Newsfront - December 21, 2007

Dan Rather will narrate DUI film

Dan Rather, former news anchor for CBS Evening News, will narrate the Troy and Alana Pack Foundation's reality based film that chronicles four teens on their graduation nights.

The film, "Graduation Day," is 30 minutes long and follows four high school teenagers through their graduation and a party during the evening. The end of the film will have a testimony by former Fox "Prison Break" TV star Lane Garrison, who was recently sentenced for his involvement in a crash that killed a passenger.

The foundation was started by Danville residents Bob and Carmen Pack after a driver who had been abusing alcohol and prescription painkillers killed their two children four years ago in an accident. They have since had a baby girl, Noelle Corinne Pack, born May 29, 2006.

For more information and a preview of the film, visit www.troyandalana.org.


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