The Rochester area premiere of the documentary “Eating You Alive” will be shown at the Victor Central School Junior/Senior High Arts Center

The Rochester area premiere of the documentary “Eating You Alive” will be shown at the Victor Central School Junior/Senior High Arts Center at 7 p.m. on Jan. 21. The district’s arts center is at 953 High St.
The film takes a scientific look at why many are so sick, who is responsible for feeding Americans, the wrong information and how a whole-food, plant-based nutrition can help to take control of health.
Free babysitting during the showing of the film will be provided by Victor Central Schools’ PTSA, with the help of the Senior High Key Club. A special kids movie will be shown in the Large Group Instruction (LGI) room in the high school.
“Eating you Alive” marks the beginning of a lecture series sponsored by the Victor Central Schools’ Health and Wellness Committee entitled, "Improving Student Performance through Better Nutrition.”
Tickets are $12, with $2 of each ticket sale to benefit the Victor Educational Foundation.
People are urged to buy tickets in advance at the school or visit
For more information on the movie, “Eating You Alive,” go to: eatingyoualive.com For more information on this event and lecture series, contact Liz Welch or Sherri Lasky in the Office of School and Community Relations at 585-924-3252, ext. 1407.