in excess of $300,000 due in June.ż0aHe said the city is on target to be able to make the payment and possibly have a surplus in June.ż0aFillingame said it will be up to the council to decide if it wants to drop the $13 charge to a lesser amount or keep it and build reserves.ĦautoĦautoĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ7Ħ14ĦpmĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦDwayne BremerĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2015050110714ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 8775Ħ1430525768Ħ2Ħ1430529161Ħ2Ħ5Ħ1Ħ2015ĦHorsing Around at the Movies: Luke Perry shoots film in the KilnĦ***image1:left***ż0aHancock County is making a name for itself in Hollywood. While one production company filmed scenes for a movie in Bay St. Louis earlier his week, another company last week wrapped up filming in the Kiln.ż0aThat movie, starring Luke Perry of "Beverly Hills: 90210" fame and Danielle Campbell of "The Originals," included several locals as extras and stunt-doubles in the movie, and used a local stable as its main set.ż0aThe film also includes local child actor Aiden Flowers.ż0a"The whole production was really blessed, because they found their star horse at our farm, they found their set, and they found their stunt-doubles right here," Maria DesAngles said.ż0aShe and her husband Charles own K&C Stables at Kiln-DeLisle Road, a boarding and training facility. Ħ***image2:right***ż0aHancock County is making a name for itself in Hollywood. While one production company filmed scenes for a movie in Bay St. Louis earlier his week, another company last week wrapped up filming in the Kiln.ż0aThat movie, starring Luke Perry of "Beverly Hills: 90210" fame and Danielle Campbell of "The Originals," included several locals as extras and stunt-doubles in the movie, and used a local stable as its main set.ż0aThe film also includes local child actor Aiden Flowers.ż0a"The whole production was really blessed, because they found their star horse at our farm, they found their set, and they found their stunt-doubles right here," Maria DesAngles said.ż0aShe and her husband Charles own K&C Stables at Kiln-DeLisle Road, a boarding and training facility. Charles manages the ranch and runs the barn; Maria, a vet-tech, does rehab work on the horses, spa treatments, wound care and more.ż0a"They shot at our ranch for two days, and shot locally at Sandy Creek stables and the Hancock County Arena, thanks to Kevin Ladner -- they let us use it for free," Maria said.ż0aThe movie is called "Race to Redemption."ż0a"It's about a young woman who grows up on a farm, the ranch, and her father passes away and left the family with debt," Maria said. "She has to go win this (barrel) race to make the money to save the farm.ż0a"They had their actress (Campbell) and they had their male star (Perry) and they needed the stunt-double," Maria said. "I'm the stunt-double.ż0a"Of course, Luke Perry came to shoot at our farm, he's the father -- Gentry is his name in the movie. He's coaching his daughter and teaching her to ride, then he passes away.ż0a"My horse is the star horse," she said, a six-year-old quarter horse named Quick Delta Disco.ż0aIn the film, the horse is named "Atonement," Maria said, "which means to redeem your sins."ż0a"Luke Perry rode my husband's horse, and Charles did a little bit of doubling for him."ż0aThe production marked the second time K&C Stables has hosted a movie shoot.ż0aLast year, the movie "A Gift Horse" -- now available on DVD --- filmed there.ż0a"Evidently, there's a lot of incentive to shoot movies here in Mississippi and use local actors," Maria said. "This one, just by chance, a friend of mine was talking to the producers, and they needed barrel horses, and she didn't have any."ż0aMaria is a champion barrel racer and, by now, a veteran of the movie business.ż0a"It's an adventure," she said. "It's exciting and it's very hard work. There's nothing easy about it. It's a lot of timing and getting it right, making it look realistic – being authentic, a lot goes into that. ż0a"To be able to handle the pressures of making this movie safely was a big deal.ż0aThese horses are athletes and had to be handled very carefully and fed and watered properly and get breaks ... and the cast and crew were very understanding.ż0a"All of the actors and actresses were very nice and polite. Luke is as great a person as he is an actor. Danielle and Aiden are two young stars that I foresee to shine brightly. Luke was very professional during filming, so we refrained from asking for autographs but he graciously took the time to have pictures made with us and our friends on the set.ż0a"I was able to include some of our friends as extras in the movie so that was exciting to share this with them.ż0a"We hope to do more work with this team in the future so that we can provide great horses and horsemanship skills to ensure the safety of the actors as well as the animals."ĦautoĦautoĦ1Ħmovie_1_for_web.jpgĦmovies_2_for_web.jpgĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦCharles and Maria DesAngles, owners of K&C Stables at Kiln, with actor Luke Perry. The couple served as stunt-doubles in Perry’s film Race to Redemption,” which was filmed in Kiln – mostly at the DesAngles’ ranch.ĦMaria DesAngles with the “other” star of the film, Atonement, aka her horse Quick Delta Disco.ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ7Ħ13ĦpmĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦmovie_1_for_web.jpgĦmovies_2_for_web.jpgĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ389Ħ331ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ300Ħ300ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦGeoff BelcherĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2015050110713ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 8776Ħ1430525876Ħ2Ħ1430525876Ħ2Ħ5Ħ1Ħ2015ĦGround Zero Museum to stay in WavelandĦWaveland Mayor Mike Smith said Friday that the city and the Hancock County Chamber Foundation have reached an agreement to keep the Ground Zero Museum in Waveland.ż0aSmith is expected to announce the agreement and its details at Wednesday's board of aldermen meeting.ż0aThe museum has been closed since Feb. 13, when a dispute over ownership of items inside resulted in city workers being ordered to padlock the building.ż0aThe Ground Zero Museum had been under the umbrella of the Hancock Chamber of Commerce's Charity Foundation.ż0aThe foundation, a 501(C)3 charity organization, handled the finances, auditing, and other duties involved with operating the museum.ĦWaveland Mayor Mike Smith said Friday that the city and the Hancock County Chamber Foundation have reached an agreement to keep the Ground Zero Museum in Waveland.ż0aSmith is expected to announce the agreement and its details at Wednesday's board of aldermen meeting.ż0aThe museum has been closed since Feb. 13, when a dispute over ownership of items inside resulted in city workers being ordered to padlock the building.ż0aThe Ground Zero Museum had been under the umbrella of the Hancock Chamber of Commerce's Charity Foundation.ż0aThe foundation, a 501(C)3 charity organization, handled the finances, auditing, and other duties involved with operating the museum.ż0aOver the past two months, the city has conducted an audit of all the items in the museum to determine who owns what.ż0aSmith said there has been a lot of negotiation in the past few months and both sides have agreed on a plan to keep the museum in the city.ż0a"I think it's a win-win for everyone," he said.ż0aResidents and political leaders alike have expressed an interest in having the museum open for the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina this August.ż0aSmith said the city recently received a grant to humidify the museum building and there are some small construction items which will be addressed.ż0aHe said the museum will remain closed until the construction is complete,