Three stellar competitors took center stage at the 32nd annual Grand Rapids Right to Life High School Oratory Contest on Tuesday, March 16. Emily Ranschaert, a homeschooled sophomore, won the competition and received a $200 scholarship.
To honor and mourn the unborn children killed by abortion since 1973, Grand Rapids Right to Life sponsored the Memorial Procession for the Unborn on Sunday, January 24. This car caravan traveled along 28th Street from Wyoming to Cascade with prolife messages painted or taped to vehicle windows.
Emma Ammerman won a March for Life scholarship, which was applied to her bus trip from Michigan to Washington, DC, for the largest prolife gathering in the world.
Students from a variety of schools and from every grade level participated in the seventh annual Prolife Essay Contest.
When I was in elementary school, before abortion was legal, our class went on a field trip to the public museum. I don’t remember much about the displays we saw except for the jars that contained babies before they were born.
We took a Coins for Kids baby bottle drive out of local churches and schools and put it in our parking lot!
Thomas educated and inspired high school students at the second Leadership for Life Base Camp.
During this important election season, Grand Rapids Right to Life sponsored the Vote Life Summer Picnic to bring potential voters together with prolife candidates.
Determined to gather in person and discuss the prolife movement, more than a dozen people gathered outdoors at Manhattan Park for the summer edition of Life in the 616.
The circumstances facing us throughout 2020 have certainly been unique. Concerns over coronavirus have led to the forced closure of businesses, schools educating virtually, and stay-at-home orders that quarantined all people not deemed essential.