Patrons seated safely in their cars enjoyed a screening of E.T: The Extra-Terrestrial on a 40-foot-tall screen at Sechelt’s Hackett Park on Aug. 28. The film Jaws played there the following night. Only 50 tickets – one per car – were sold for each screening, sponsored by Fortis BC and Return-It. All proceeds were donated to Habitat for Humanity Sunshine Coast.

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