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Putting up a handicap parking sign at the Sidney Auto Vue Drive-In Friday, March 10, are Concessions Manager Melinda Smith, left, and her husband maintenance worker Bill Smith, both of Sidney. They take down the signs during the winter so they don’t rust. The two Sidney Auto Vue Drive-In employees have been busy getting things ready for their first movie of the season, “Beauty and the Beast,” which will be shown Friday, March 17.

Putting up a handicap parking sign at the Sidney Auto Vue Drive-In Friday, March 10, are Concessions Manager Melinda Smith, left, and her husband maintenance worker Bill Smith, both of Sidney. They take down the signs during the winter so they don’t rust. The two Sidney Auto Vue Drive-In employees have been busy getting things ready for their first movie of the season, “Beauty and the Beast,” which will be shown Friday, March 17.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Putting up a handicap parking sign at the Sidney Auto Vue Drive-In Friday, March 10, are Concessions Manager Melinda Smith, left, and her husband maintenance worker Bill Smith, both of Sidney. They take down the signs during the winter so they don’t rust. The two Sidney Auto Vue Drive-In employees have been busy getting things ready for their first movie of the season, “Beauty and the Beast,” which will be shown Friday, March 17.

Putting up a handicap parking sign at the Sidney Auto Vue Drive-In Friday, March 10, are Concessions Manager Melinda Smith, left, and her husband maintenance worker Bill Smith, both of Sidney. They take down the signs during the winter so they don’t rust. The two Sidney Auto Vue Drive-In employees have been busy getting things ready for their first movie of the season, “Beauty and the Beast,” which will be shown Friday, March 17.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/03/web1_SDN031317DriveIn.jpgPutting up a handicap parking sign at the Sidney Auto Vue Drive-In Friday, March 10, are Concessions Manager Melinda Smith, left, and her husband maintenance worker Bill Smith, both of Sidney. They take down the signs during the winter so they don’t rust. The two Sidney Auto Vue Drive-In employees have been busy getting things ready for their first movie of the season, “Beauty and the Beast,” which will be shown Friday, March 17. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News