‘Food For Thought’ film series continues with ‘Pricele$$’

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SHERIDAN — Downtown Sheridan Association, Sheridan Farmers Market and the Sheridan College agriculture department continue their presentations of “Food for Thought.”

Food for Thought is a selection of films about food and its connection and importance to our community’s health.
The next film will be shown at 6 p.m. May 30 at the DSA community room, 121 S. Main St.

“Pricele$$” explores the consequences of an electoral system that can obligate our leaders to the special interests bankrolling their election campaigns.

The filmmakers follow the money through two national policies that affect the everyday lives of most citizens — agriculture and energy.

This film is made on location in Washington, D.C., New York, Florida, Kansas, Iowa, Arizona, California, Oregon and Wyoming. A different free film will be presented every two weeks, with the final film being shown July 11.

For more information call 672-8881.

By |May 20th, 2013|

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