Smart meters focus of meeting

Take Back Your Power films at the Odd Fellows Hall in Armstrong Saturday at 7 p.m

Those concerned about smart meter technology are invited to Take Back Your Power.

The film will be shown, by donation, at the Odd Fellows Hall in Armstrong Saturday at 7 p.m.

“They are hazardous to our health,” said Chris Madsen, who is organizing the film showing.

“It is essential that we the people be informed and inform others.”

Take Back Your Power recently tied for first place in AwareGuide’s Top Transformational Films of 2013.

“A transformational film,” according to AwareGuide founder and CEO, Gary Tomchuk, “seeks to inspire the movement of society towards ideals, values and practices that create a better world for everyone. They focus on solutions for subjects such as: Consciousness, Environment, Health, and Social Issues.”

The hall is located at 3005 Wood Ave. in Armstrong.

 

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