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THE CASE AGAINST FLUORIDE – San Diego, CA

October 8, 2010

THE CASE AGAINST FLUORIDE

Paul Connett, author of the newly released book The Case Against Fluoride, will be speaking in San Diego from Oct. 14 – 16.

Connett will provide new, compelling science-based arguments against community water fluoridation.  Following are the times

and locations of his public presentations, as well as other planned events.

Date Time Location Address Phone

 

Fri., 10/15       12/noon to 1:30 p.m.               Mission Valley Branch Library           2123 Fenton Parkway             858.573.5007

 

Sat., 10/16       noon                                        Rally/Demonstration                           County Adm. Building

1600 Pacific Highway

 

Sat., 10/16       5 p.m.                                      Ocean Beach Women’s Club              2160 Bacon Street                   619.222 1008

 

 

WHAT CAN YOU DO TO ASSIST WITH THIS EFFORT?

 

We need your assistance with the following:

 

  • Accommodations for Paul Connett
  • Meal certificates for Paul Connett
  • Food/refreshments for the events
  • Enlisting attendees for Connett’s speaking engagements
  • Enlisting attendees for the rally/demonstration
  • Signage for the rally/demonstration
  • Assisting with distributing announcements via your personal contacts & associations
  • Distribute flyers (i.e. coffee houses & local businesses)

 

Please respond back to let us know how you plan to contribute to this effort.  Call Melody at (760) 473-7436, or email your

response to www.melodyrbrown@yahoo.com.

 

 

 

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