The Dickson County Chamber of Commerce, Education Edge and the Dickson County school system will present a film about the struggles of four students who are the first in their families to attend college at both county high schools next week. First Generation is an award-winning, 95-minute documentary made over a three-year period by Adam and Jaye Fenderson of Santa Monica. Adam is a filmmaker with editing credits on several major networks while Jaye is a former admissions officer for Columbia University and author of a guide on getting into college. First Generation tells the story of four high school students – an inner city athlete, a small town waitress, a Samoan warrior dancer and the daughter of migrant field workers – who set out to break the cycle of poverty by pursuing a college education. The film will be shown free in the auditorium of Creek Wood High School at 6 pm Monday and Dickson County High School at 6:30 pm Thursday. There will be refreshments and representatives from several post-secondary educational institutions and counselors available 30 minutes before and after the movie. The chamber of commerce and Education Edge will sponsor drawings for five $25 door prizes at both showings.