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A Breezy but Beautiful Bike & Hike

A Breezy but Beautiful Bike & Hike

More than 125 people participated in the 38th annual Bike & Hike Festival for Life on Saturday, May 6. In addition to biking and walking the winding path through Johnson Park, participants enjoyed a free picnic lunch, live entertainment, face painting, sidewalk chalking, and a children’s play area.

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Prolife People Peacefully Protest PP

Prolife People Peacefully Protest PP

On Friday, April 28, Grand Rapids Right to Life sponsored a local rally, which was part of the National Day of Prayer and Protest Against Planned Parenthood.

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GRRTL Hosts Clergy for Life Luncheon

GRRTL Hosts Clergy for Life Luncheon

The Diocese of Grand Rapids and Grand Rapids Right to Life hosted a Clergy for Life Luncheon at Cathedral Square on Tuesday, April 4.

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Prolife Prize Wheel is a Hit at Expo

Prolife Prize Wheel is a Hit at Expo

For the fourth year, Grand Rapids Right to Life sponsored a booth at the West Michigan Women’s Expo in downtown Grand Rapids at DeVos Place.

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Frigid Weather Greets St. Pat’s Parade

Frigid Weather Greets St. Pat’s Parade

Despite the frigid weather, Grand Rapids Right to Life was well represented by enthusiastic prolifers of all ages at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in downtown Grand Rapids on Saturday, March 11.

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Meyer Wins with Unique Perspective

Meyer Wins with Unique Perspective

Gabe Meyer, a homeschooled senior, won the Grand Rapids Right to Life High School Oratory Contest and received a $150 scholarship. This 28th annual competition was held on Tuesday, March 7, at Beverly Reformed Church in Wyoming.

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Haskell Wins Prolife Youth Award

Haskell Wins Prolife Youth Award

The 2017 Grand Rapids Right to Life Prolife Youth Award winner is Mariah Haskell, a senior at West Catholic High School. Haskell won a $100 scholarship and has been nominated for Right to Life of Michigan’s $500 award.

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“Alison’s Choice” Crowd Fills 2 Theaters

“Alison’s Choice” Crowd Fills 2 Theaters

Grand Rapids Right to Life sponsored a private, one-night-only screening of the prolife film Alison’s Choice at Celebration! Cinema Woodland on February 9. Almost 250 people attended this sold-out event, and the cinema received so much interest that they opened a second theater for the evening.

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12 Buses Head to DC for March for Life

12 Buses Head to DC for March for Life

In January, Grand Rapids Right to Life organized 12 buses to travel from Michigan to Washington, DC, for the 44th annual March for Life. With nearly 700 people on the trip, this was the largest mobilization effort Grand Rapids Right to Life has ever made for this peaceful demonstration against abortion.

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Fr. Fickel Headlines Memorial Service

Fr. Fickel Headlines Memorial Service

On Sunday, January 15, more than 120 people gathered at the annual Memorial Service for the Unborn to honor and mourn the 58,000,000 lives lost to legal abortion. Grand Rapids Right to Life organized the event, which was hosted by Crossroads Bible Church in Grand Rapids.

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