On behalf of The Sustainability Center, Student Involvement, and community partners, a special invitation:
Many of our students come from food insecure families and communities. Some of them are thinking about careers in politics, business, human services and education, where they can be powerful forces for change. All of them have the potential to be touched by this film. Talk about "an education that matters."
Following the film, there will be a panel discussion, moderated by Senator Molly Kelly, where participants will see examples of the work that's being done locally on the related problems of hunger, food insecurity, obesity, and poverty. There will be opportunities to take meaningful action in our own community, and perhaps continue the discussion back on our campus. The event is FREE, and includes a live musical performance, reception & refreshments. Suggested admission is a donation of fresh or canned food for local charity.
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This event is being organized by the Monadnock Farm & Community Coalition. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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