The Border Watch : January 17th 2014
6 NEWS VISIT US ONLINE borderwatch.com.au HOLIDAYMAKERS: Joanne, Peter, Charlotte and Alex Hamilton fl ee the heat by watching a movie while on vacation from Dubbo in New South Wales. Frozen summer hit Families escape heat at Oatmill Cinema EARL ASHLEY email@example.com A MOVIE titled Frozen coincidentally screened in Mount Gambier during this week’s heatwave as people seeking to escape soaring temperatures headed to the Oatmill Cinema. With temperatures reaching record highs, the cinema was a popular cool spot for families, adults, grandparents and children. The Disney movie Frozen was the most popular this week as the Oatmill was inundated with patrons. According to Oatmill staff member Jan Hastings, it was no surprise that ice creams and frozen drinks were the most popular offers at the candy bar. Simon Dawe knocked off work early on Wednesday due to the elevated temperatures and took his daughter Emily to watch Walking with Dinosaurs. “Its a great place to come and keep cool,” he said. STAYING COOL: Lynn and her children Harry and Jordyn Brown keep cool with slushies during their visit to the Oatmill Cinema this week. FAMILY BONDING: Simon Dawe escaped the heat while treating his daughter Emily to the movie Walking With Dinosaurs. WAITING PATIENTLY: Mia, Abbey and Kate Dyson wait in the queue to watch the popular movie Frozen in an airconditioned cinema while temperatures soar outside. 6 - The Border Watch, Friday, January 17, 2014 Pictures: ASHLEY EARL HARD AT WORK: Oatmill Cinema staff member Charlie serves popcorn at the busy cinema.
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