Fluoride Action Network

Fluoride Free Philadelphia: Meeting at Hill Library on June 16, 6:30pm

Source: ChestnutHillLocal.com | June 5th, 2014 | By Beverly DeCer

Beverly DeCer, RN, a local resident, is the founder of Fluoride Free Philadelphia, a grassroots advocacy organization which is sponsoring a free public meeting on Monday, June 16, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at the Chestnut Hill Public Library, 8711 Germantown Ave., for those individuals interested in the still-controversial issue of fluoridation in municipal drinking water.

For more information, visit Fluoride Free Philadelphia on Facebook, call 610-952-4391 or email fluoridefreephiladelphia@gmail.com.

Fluoride Free Philadelphia is not a registered non-profit, simply a grassroots organization. “We no not have a website,” said Ms. DeCer, “because we do not have the money or manpower. Facebook is now the best way to reach out to the community and to interact with other groups, politicians and other individuals.”