Film in Tamworth features “Two Angry Moms” – A Story About the School Lunch Program

The Cook Library in Tamworth, NH will host a screening of the documentary, Two Angry Moms on Wednesday, February 27th, at 7pm. This feature film is about the School Lunch Program. Former Texas Agricultural Secretary Susan Combs said that it will take 2 million angry moms to change the school lunch program. This is the story of two.

Armed with a movie camera, Two Angry Moms explores the roles played by the federal government, certain corporations, school administrations and parents in the feeding of our country’s school kids. Two Angry Moms shows not only what is wrong with school food, but also offers strategies for overcoming roadblocks and getting real food into school cafeterias.

Part exposé, part “how-to”, the film also travels across America, introducing a cast of inspiring leaders in the fledgling better school food movement. Along the way, what is discovered are solutions that are working in school systems across the country.

New Hampshire is represented in the film. The Cook Library is honored to have a “star” from the film, Chef Tony Giraci, join them to speak of his role in making positive changes as Food Service Director of the Conval District.


This event is FREE and open to the public. Contact Nicole at the Tamworth Library for more information by calling 603-323-8510 or visit the Cook Library Website.