[BHS Etree] FUNDRAISING- Buy film tickets, support BHS!
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Mon Nov 28 14:51:33 PST 2011
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Local filmmaker Emio Tomeoni has generously offered "Power Trip: Theatrically Berkeley" to the student activities program at BHS.
The screening, with a singer/songwriter providing musical interpretations to start the show, will take place at 10am on Sunday, December 18 at the California Theatre at 2113 Kittredge Street. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased from the Leadership Office at Berkeley High School between 9:30am and 4:30pm on school days.
More information about the film is available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/212662. You can also purchase tickets at the link. However, 100% as opposed to a smaller percentage of sales through online purchases, will go to BHS student activities IF you or your student is able to purchase directly from the Leadership Office.
Power Trip: Theatrically Berkeley, directed by Emio Tomeoni, is described as “an unfiltered look at the frantic pace of the activist and reactionists, asking only one question: does anything actually ever get done here?” This film asks questions once again at the forefront of our minds as the Occupy movement unfolds.
The Berkeley High School student activities program provides service and social events for the entire BHS community, supports the over 80 clubs on campus, and develops the leaders of tomorrow through the student leadership program.
The vision of the program is to shape the BHS community culture into one that more actively provides personal development opportunities for all students, optimizes our great diversity for the education of all students, and helps students practice active citizenship and social responsibility through their daily behavior and connectedness with all of humanity and our environment.
Pat Anderson, Diane Douglas, Marguerite Fa-Kaji and Lisa Sibony are the parent-volunteer facilitators of the etree; please direct any questions to them at bhs-owner at lmi.net.
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