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Reception and Knife Skills Documentary Viewing

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U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, Auditorium

East Capitol St NE & First St SE

Washington, DC 20004

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What does it take to build a world-class French restaurant? What if the staff is almost entirely men and women just out of prison? What if most have never cooked or served before, and have barely two months to learn their trade? Knife Skills follows the hectic launch of Edwins restaurant in Cleveland. In this improbable setting, with its mouth-watering dishes and its arcane French vocabulary, we discover the challenges of men and women finding their way after their release. We come to know three trainees intimately, as well as the restaurant's founder, who is also dogged by his past. These men and women all have something to prove, and all struggle to launch new lives, an endeavor as pressured and perilous as the ambitious restaurant launch of which they are a part.

April is Second Chance Month and Prison Fellowship is proud to host a viewing of this remarkable second chance story. A reception with appetizers will be start at 5:30pm. The Knife Skills viewing will start promptly at 6pm, followed by a panel discussion moderated by CNN commentator Shermichael Singleton and featuring the film's Director Thomas Lennon and Edwin's owner Brandon Chrostowski. We will also hear remarks from Senator Rob Portman (OH). You won't want to miss it!

We strongly encourage guests to visit www.visitthecapitol.gov for very important information on coming to the U.S. Capitol, including a list of prohibited items.

We kindly ask that all attendees RSVP by April 15th.


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