As a kid I never liked drinking water. Juice or chocolate milk was the way to go. Now though, I love drinking water, and try to get as much of it as I can. Here’s a notice I was sent on behalf of a group of JL Ilsley students who are trying to make a video promoting the health benefits of drinking water for children. They are working with the IWK on the project. And hey, fun fact: the Halifax Regional Water Commission is in our neighbourhood right on top of Cowie Hill.
—-notice below on behalf of the Tap the Tap Initiative at JL Ilsley—-
We need photos & video clips of your child having fun playing in water or drinking water!
J.L. Ilsley High School film students are making a local public service information video about children drinking water to stay healthy. Submit a photo or video to be entered into a draw for a FREE
family pass to the Spryfield Wave Pool! This is your chance to be part of a great community project. By January 13, send your photos and videos to: TapTheTapSpryfield@gmail.com
Or, post them on Tap the Tap Spryfield’s Facebook Group.
If you choose to post or email your photos/videos, you should be aware: Videos or photos may be used by the Tap the Tap working group, or organizations working with this project, for possible publication in various forms, including: Television, websites, YouTube, other social media and any IWK Health Centre’s publications.
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