Kids health fair highlights Fitchburg...

Kids health fair highlights Fitchburg's healthy choices

There are 6 comments on the sentinelandenterprise.com story from Mar 17, 2013, titled Kids health fair highlights Fitchburg's healthy choices. In it, sentinelandenterprise.com reports that:

March is National Nutrition Month, and to celebrate the work being done to improve the nutrition and health of youth in Fitchburg, Community Health Connections, a Fun 'n FITchburg partner organization, is hosting a Mass in Motion Kids Health Fair on Wednesday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Fitchburg State University's Hammond Building, 160 Pearl St.

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Lynch

Fitchburg, MA

#1 Mar 17, 2013
Our education in this regard is a complete failure! Gallons of fruit punch and sugar snacks for all the kids.

The parents are failing miserably also. When failure is so widespread government should step in and throw a wrench in the works at least to slow the damage down especially when health care costs are involved.

Food stamps should have limitations. No sugar drinks allowed, no cupcakes, no ice cream and other restrictions.

Public schools should not be allowed to have any machines in them, no juice no candy, enough.

Rollstone

Forestdale, MA

#2 Mar 20, 2013
Lynch wrote:
Our education in this regard is a complete failure! Gallons of fruit punch and sugar snacks for all the kids.
The parents are failing miserably also. When failure is so widespread government should step in and throw a wrench in the works at least to slow the damage down especially when health care costs are involved.
Food stamps should have limitations. No sugar drinks allowed, no cupcakes, no ice cream and other restrictions.
Public schools should not be allowed to have any machines in them, no juice no candy, enough.
What do you think about school golf teams?
Of course

Fitchburg, MA

#3 Mar 20, 2013
Some would argue that your parents failed miserably. What with you serving time for the death of an unarmed man. Yes, I'd have to say your parents failed miserably. Unfortunate for poor Andrew.
Rollstone the POS

Fitchburg, MA

#5 Mar 20, 2013
Rollstone wrote:
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What do you think about school golf teams?
Stick the golf club up your smelly t---. Does your mother still go hunting suspects with you?
Rollstone

Forestdale, MA

#6 Mar 21, 2013
Rollstone the POS wrote:
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Stick the golf club up your smelly t---. Does your mother still go hunting suspects with you?
But back to the question (as you are an expert on golf clubs)...
Rollstone da POS

Fitchburg, MA

#7 Mar 21, 2013
Rollstone wrote:
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But back to the question (as you are an expert on golf clubs)...
For one, My brother and I both were bare fisted! My brother di absolutely NOTHING but get assaulted. I was fighting anyone that wasn't on my side.

I hope you die! You are a POS! Go to hell! Infidelity hoe!

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