I first met Cheryl Mann back in 2012 when her daughter played a small role in Flowers for Fannie. From the first I could tell that she was a dedicated mom working hard to provide appropriate acting roles for her daughter. Since then, I’ve watched as she began helping other moms. Then in 2014 she opened her own agency working out of her house. Today she took the next step and held an official ribbon cutting grand opening for her agency office. It was an exciting day to see all the people gathered together to show their support.
The order of service including introductions by leadership from the newly formed Southern Kentucky Film Commission, Bowling Green city officials, and the Women in Film and Television Nashville.
After the presentation everyone had a great time visiting with old friends and making new ones.
Congratulations to Cheryl Mann for a great event!