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TAPPED (bottled water) 76-minute color health-related eco-friendly movie

On the third Thursday at 6:00 pm and the following first Wednesday at 5:00 pm, the Mission Hill Health Movement is showing 90-minute color health-related friendly movies.

Examines the role of the bottled water industry and its effects on our health, climate change, pollution, and our reliance on oil.

Free "healthy snacks" include: 
blueberry juice, apples and tangerines, popcorn, etc.). 
The location for the fourth Thursday event is:

Thursday, May 23, at 6:00 pm for socializing and film at the 
Mission Hill Health Movement (MHHM) office
1534 Tremont Street, Mission Hill (across from the Catholic Church) 
Boston, MA 02115 
Projected from a computer through a projector. 
Starting time is 6:00 pm (for food, networking, fund, socializing) 
(please do NOT show up AFTER the film starts!).

The location for the "first Wednesday of the month" event is:

Wednesday, June 5, at 5:00 pm in the Flynn Kitchen(Flynn Building) 
at Roxbury Tenants at Harvard 
805 Huntington Avenue, Mission Hill (across from the MEEI tall Red Brick building), Boston, MA 02115. 
Shown on a large screen television.

Starting time is 5:00 pm (for food, networking, fund, socializing) 
(please do NOT show up AFTER the film starts!).

Please join us once or twice (for both showings; 
let us know if you'd like to arrange an additional showing)

Film Name: Tapped 
Film Date: 31 July 2009 (USA) 
Running Time: 76 minutes

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  • Maynard S. C.

    We had 8 persons, including the husband of a rawfood chef who lives and practices raw foods cheffing in Mission Hill.

    The organic strawberries were most delicious, and the 73-minute movie was quite enjoyable.

    We focused on how we could reduce our eco-impact and the negative impacts of other folks' buying and using bottled water.

    We focused on practical strategies for staying healthy amidst the degradation of our planet's ocean waters through the plastic soup that is emerging from slowly dissolving petroleum-based plastics which are suffocating and generating cancers in the bodies of ocean and river fish. Hey, one key strategy for medical security (in a non-financial sense) is going vegan.

    The movie will be shown again on Wednesday, June 5th, at 5 pm, at Roxbury Tenants of Harvard (RTH), 805 Huntington Avenue, Mission Hill, Boston.

    May 17, 2013

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