Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Tomorrow!!! Be a Part of Food Policy History at City Hall

BE A PART OF FOOD POLICY HISTORY ON OCTOBER 23!

Join the Los Angeles Food Policy Council, city leaders, community leaders and partners for the 3rd annual National Food Day to bring awareness to the Good Food for All Agenda, where food is sustainable, local, fair, humane and healthy for all Angelenos!
WHEN: Wednesday October 23, 2013
WHERE: City Hall. 200 N. Spring Street. Los Angeles, CA 90012
TIME: 8:30 am – 11:00 am
PARKING: Parking lots are located off of Main Street south of 2nd street.
BUILDING ACCESS: Please check in on the 1st floor from the Main Street entrance to City Hall.
The building is wheelchair accessible.
MEET AT: 3rd Floor Rotunda. Program begins at 9:00 am sharp

Last year, supporters packed the Rotunda to learn about our Working Groups, sign our Good Food Pledge, and witness the launch of the Good Food Purchasing Program. On Wednesday, October 23rd, join us at City Hall to: recognize progress made by institutions participating in the inaugural year of the Good Food Purchasing Program, celebrate the launch of our first annual Los Angeles Food System Snapshot, hear from public officials on food issues in Los Angeles, and sample delicious, LAUSD student-inspired recipes that use local, sustainable, humane, fair and nutritious ingredients.
Confirmed Speakers:
Councilmember Paul Koretz, District 5
Councilmember Nury Martinez, District 6
Councilmember Felipe Fuentes, District 7
Councilmember Curren D. Price, Jr., District 9
Councilmember Mike Bonin, District 11
City Controller Ron Galperin
LAUSD School Board Member Steve Zimmer, LAUSD Board of Education, District 4
Dr. Paul Simon, LA County Department of Public Health, Director of Chronic Disease & Injury Prevention
Following the speakers and Working Group displays in the Rotunda, we move to Council Chambers for exciting legislative updates and forward movement on critical policies!
You won't want to miss it.

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