Voices Members Got Their Pink on at ‘Barbie’ Movie

A total of 16 Voices United members trooped to the Denton Cinemark to see Barbie. Here’s the gang (from left): Merriott Terry, Jackie Ford, Anita Brockell, Phyllis Ayers, Joyce Latham, Ginger Sheppard, Jane Scholz, Michele Kibler, Mary Anne Alhadeff, Joyce Brein, Joan Pursley, Sara Shibley, Margo Ways, and Elaine Kushmaul. Not pictured are Tiffany Ramzy and Dianne Ace.

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On Aug. 1, 16 Voices United members kicked off the month in the cool comfort of the Denton Cinemark, attending the movie Barbie.

Afterwards, members had a lot to say about the movie about the popular fashion doll as they dined at BJ’s restaurant and finished the evening at Beth Marie’s for ice cream.

Consensus: They really liked it!

Briefly, Barbie is an often-satirical fantasy tale about a Barbie who wakes up in her Dream House one day in Barbieland with very un-doll-like thoughts. Her boyfriend Ken tags along as she journeys to what the movie considers the real world—Los Angeles—to solve her problem. Once there, Barbie finds out that real life is more complicated than she thought. A lot of Barbie-pink costumes, props, and backgrounds are involved.

Voices United is a nonpartisan group of Robson Ranch women who share progressive values, perform community outreach, provide civic awareness and social contact for members …  and have a good time! We’re a 501(c)(3) group. Our annual dues are $20.

For more information, contact [email protected] or visit our website, www.voicesunitedrr.org.