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‘Lima Service Clubs Unite’ broadcast video, by the Student Filmmaker Bootcamp

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LIMA – Lima’s own Student Integrated Arts Filmmaker Bootcamp presents the “Lima Service Clubs Unite-NEW BROADCAST VERSION” video. The video can also be viewed at the Heartland Image Foundation FB page and features individual profiles of what Lima Kiwanis, Sertoma, Lima Optimists, Rotary, Shawnee Optimists and Exchange Clubs do for the Lima/Allen County community.

“Lima Service Clubs Unite” is the Heartland Image Foundation’s first broadcast quality video premier from this summer’s student filmmaking bootcamp, where over 20 Allen County 6th through 12th grade students at Artspace Lima and the LCC computer lab learned the filmmaking arts from area media and theater artists-in-residence, alongside foundation president and Wow Media Marketing creative director/producer Nick Kellis, a Shawnee High School and Ohio State University graduate.

The video and other community-focused content may also appear on a Time Warner Video On Demand channel called “Lima’s Own…” pending underwriting from area donors to the Heartland Image Foundation.

The Heartland Image Foundation raised over $12K from area individual donors, businesses and Lima service clubs (http://heartlandimage.org/sponsors/) to present the Student Integrated Arts Filmmaker Bootcamp last summer. Financial donors included Kiwanis, Sertoma and Lima Optimists, Dr. Manu Aggarwal and The Vein Care Center, Maria Sanko and CCR Realtors, The Tom Ahl Family of Dealerships, Wannemacher Total Logistics, Husky Energy, Superior Credit Union, Alter Ego Comics, Rob Nelson and The Met, Dennis & Beth Rockhold of Rockhold-Wentling Financial, Dr. Marc and Ellen Rovner, Mary Elmquist-Lane, Shawnee United Methodist Church and Sheriff Samuel A. Crish.

In-Kind sponsors included Ron Williams and the LCC tech lab, Fat Cat Diner, Longmeier Printing, Biggby Coffee, Panera Bread, Joey’s, Tom Horton’s, Happy Daz, Office Depot, LuLu’s Diner, Mark McKinley and Rea’s & Associates, The Ohio State University-Lima, The Mispah Center and the Lima/Allen County Chamber of Commerce.

In addition to the broadcast version of “Lima Service Clubs Unite”, the foundation is accepting donations to help complete Student Filmmaker Bootcamp projects that include “Lima Is Diverse & Connected”, “How to be a Professional” and “Educate for Success!” Other pending community image enhancement content includes “The True Story of Fort Amanda”, “African Americans in The War of 1812”, “The Southside Spartan Boxing Gym” and “Maker Fest 2015”.

The Heartland Image Foundation is an IRS determined 501(c)3 non-profit Public Charity, based in Lima with accounting services from Rea & Associates on Shawnee Rd. To donate and help get “Lima Service Clubs Unite” and other Lima-positive content on Time Warner Cable On Demand, donors and sponsors can contact the foundation through HeartlandImage.org.