Anti-smoking Short Films by Clovis North High School
Students Showcased At Event
The Fresno County Department of Public Health Tobacco Prevention Program and Regal
Entertainment Group will collaborate to host an event at Edwards Fresno Stadium 22 on Saturday, November 17, 2012. The event will showcase anti-smoking short films created by Clovis North High School students as part of a tobacco prevention peer-education project and will also include a screening of the movie, “the twilight saga: breaking dawn - part 2”.
A Media Availability has been scheduled prior to the event to provide an opportunity for media
partners to learn more about the purpose of the anti-smoking short film project and the significant impact that tobacco use in movies has on youth.
WHAT: Anti-smoking Short Films by Clovis North High School Students
WHERE: Edwards Fresno Stadium 22 at RiverPark
250 East Paseo Del Centro
Just south of Nees and Blackstone Avenues in Fresno
WHEN: Saturday, November 17, 2012
WHO: Susan Anderson, Supervisor
Fresno County Board of Supervisors, District 2
Edward L. Moreno, M.D., M.P.H., Director-Health Officer
Fresno County Department of Public Health
Special guest - filmmaker from Clovis North High School
Tobacco use in movies influences more youth in the United States to begin smoking than any other kind of tobacco promotion and is a risk factor that contributes to nearly 44% of all new youth smokers. Ticket sales to this event will fund airtime for the short films to be shown at local Regal theaters prior to all feature movies.
For more information, contact the Tobacco Prevention Program at 559-600-6449 or visit