from John Pisciotta (The Protest Retireee)
1. Carol Everett headlines Second Sunday luncheon/meeting
The Austin location is Bank of America at 515 Congress Ave. Time is 11-1 p.m. We will again vanpool from the St. Mary’s parking lot at 15th and Columbus Avenue departing at 9 AM. We will stop in Georgetown for lunch and be back in Waco by about 4 p.m. We take up our pro-life positions for engagement with pedestrians, bikers, auto travelers, and bank employees and customers.
I have noticed that BOA has revamped their web page on grants to make it appear that they make matching grant to all 501c3 not-profits. BOA does not. They can exclude Planned Parenthood. Please let me know if you will go to Austin on the 16th for one of the most memorable pro-life events you have ever experienced.
What event is so enjoyable and powerful? Yes, it’s an I-35 Pedestrian Overpass Outreach. The day is Saturday, February 27. We will do it 9-11 a.m. to avoid the wind. You have time to organize your family, friends, and church group to join this fulfilling event. The thing I love about “public square” outreach is that we are not just “preaching to the choir.” In “public square” outreach the message also goes out to lukewarm pro-lifers and those now strongly opposed to us. With the short messages of an overpass outreach, no one can look away. All the signs we use are G-Rated.
5. Showing March 31 of selected CMP videos in Waco Public Library
Pro-Life Waco is a local community-based organization with collaborative relationships with regional and national pro-life affiliations. Pro-Life Waco is committed to ending abortion, its damaging effects among women, and promoting chastity. Use this link for more information.