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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Pro-Life Updates from Waco Texas for March 2015




From John Pisciotta, Director
Pro-Life Waco


 1. “Culture Project” chastity program coming to Waco this Thursday

The Culture Project (dynamic group of recent college graduates) returns to Waco this Thursday evening March 19 for a chastity program for youth in grades 7-12. 6:30 - 9 PM at Reicher High School. 2102 North 23rd Street. The group is on a Texas tour that includes Bryan, Austin, and Waco. I have seen their program. The youthful presenters relate well to our young men and women bombarded by so many wrong messages. Parents and other adults are welcome to attend. Details here.



2. Inaugural monthly I-35 overpass demonstration in Waco

Be a part of the first one! Pro-Life Waco is launching a new monthly outreach, a “Defend Pre-born Babies Overpass Demonstration.” March 24 from 11 to 1 p.m. Location is the 8th Street & Interstate 35 pedestrian overpass near Baylor. Signs will be provided. None of the signs are the type that could make children uncomfortable. Join in by entering the overpass from either side of Interstate 35. This will provide a great opportunity to reach folks from far and wide. I’m hoping to get over 20 people out for the demonstration, including Baylor students. Waco may have the only protected pedestrian overpass on I-35 in Texas. Y’all come!! If you know of another protected (fenced sides and top) I-35 pedestrian overpass, please let me know the location. Details of this new venture:

         



3. Volunteer(s) needed for billboard truck on three evenings

Volunteer help is needed moving the billboard truck away from Planned Parenthood Waco on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings. (1121 Ross Avenue) Getting the pro-life billboard truck out to Planned Parenthood and back five days a week is a grand collaboration. We are currently short of volunteers on these three days. What is needed is for one person (or more) to drive out to Planned Parenthood between 4 and 7 p. m. for 1, 2, or 3 of these evenings. You would drive the truck to a near by site and walk about three minutes back to your vehicle. I am confident that having the billboard truck out at Planned Parenthood is a life saving outreach. Could you be part of the team? Contact John at prolifewaco@gmail.com.


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