Sustainable Living Film Series screening of Madonna of The Mills
The Sustainability Institute at Molloy College is proud to announce and invite you to the next Sustainable Living Film Series screening of the award-winning, HBO documentary film, Madonna of The Mills on Thursday November 29, 2012.
- Vegan food, popcorn and socializing at 6 p.m.
- Film starts at 7:30 p.m.
- Running time is 51 minutes
- Discussion following the film
- $5.00 per person suggested donation at the door
- RSVP required
America has a nasty secret. All of those cute puppies that are sold in pet stores come from "puppy mills." Their mothers spend their entire lives in tiny, unsanitary cages, never walked, never petted, never doing anything but making puppies. When these dogs can no longer produce litters or money for their owners, they are put to death - stoned, shot, drowned or starved.
"Madonna of the Mills" is a documentary about Laura, an office manager from Staten Island, who stumbled on this secret four years ago and vowed to save as many of these breeding dogs as she possibly could. Laura has now rescued over 2,000 dogs from Amish and Mennonite farmers in Pennsylvania. In the process, she has forever changed her life and the lives of those families fortunate enough to adopt one of these remarkable "puppy mill" survivors.
The Sustainable Living Film Series is a documentary series presented by the Sustainability Institute at Molloy College that screens films with a focus on environmental protection and sustainability, and features a different organizational partner for each presentation. For this screening we are partnering with animal adoption and rescue organization, Bobbi & the Strays http://www.bobbiandthestrays.org.
Seating is limited so please RSVP, call 516-678-5000 ext. 7562, or send an email to email@example.com
If you come straight from work in a suit, we promise not to make fun of you.
All are invited. Feel free to bring a friend or two, but please be sure to RSVP.
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