The film will premiere locally at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Victor Junior/Senior High Arts Center.
The Victor Central Schools’ Health and Wellness committee, in conjunction with the district’s parent groups, PTSA, VOICE and PIE, will host the Rochester area premiere of the documentary, “Eating You Alive,” in the Junior/Senior High Arts Center at 7 p.m. Saturday.
Tickets for the movie, which marks the beginning of a lecture series aimed at improving student performance through better nutrition, are $12; $2 from each ticket will benefit the Victor Educational Foundation.
The Victor PTSA, with the help of members of the Senior High Key Club, will provide free babysitting in the form of a special kids movie in the LGI room in the senior high school.
For more information on the movie, visit eatingyoualive.com.
For more information on the event, contact Liz Welch or Sherri Lasky in the Office of School and Community Relations at 585-924-3252, extension 1407.