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8 September, 2012: Food Ethics Presentation at Stickney Public Library


FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Saturday, September 8 at 12 pm
Stickney Forest View Public Library
6800 W. 43rd, Stickney, 60402
Learn about the basics of food ethics in the 21st Century and what it means for you and your family. Jen Murtoff will give a presentation followed by a Q & A session. Refreshments will be served.
For more information, contact Adult Services (708) 749-1050 ext. 120.
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Photos from Green Day at the Lycée Français


My friend Jane helped me out with Green Day at the Lycée Français. It was non-stop kids! The hens were kind of stressed, but Jo Schmoe did really well. I think we saw all grades in 2.5 hours.

The older kids got to hold the hen; the younger kids got to touch. They were surprised by how soft she was. We had a few poop accidents, which caused quite a stir, too!

One of the most memorable kids was the little guy who kept asking if we were going to eat the chickens. He said he wanted fried chicken. When he got a chance to hold one of the hens, however, he decided she was too cool to eat!

The little ones were a little more timid, and generally they would hang back until one of their classmates was brave enough to touch the hen. Then everyone wanted to touch – all at the same time!

Enjoy the photos!

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