We have been invited by Southern Downriver Right to Life to join them at their Annual Meeting on March 20, 2019 at 7:00 P.M.
Have you ever wondered what the feet of a premature baby that is born at the 23rd week of pregnancy look like? My daughter-in-law, a neo-natal nurse, shared the attached picture of the footprints of a baby girl born at 23 weeks who she took care of during her first few weeks of life at the Medical Center of South Carolina. The little girl weighed less than one pound at birth. Pretty amazing, isn’t it?
The beauty of this little girl’s birth is in stark contrast to the recent passage of New York’s Reproductive Health Act in January legalizing abortion for any reason right up to the moment of delivery, and the governor of Virginia, a pediatric neurosurgeon, discussing on the radio the possibility of legislation allowing a newborn infant with viability or other issues to be allowed to die after delivery with the consent of her parents.
That’s why I want TO INVITE YOU to Southern Downriver Right to Life’s (SDRTL) Annual Meeting on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20 AT 7:00PM, and hear the AMAZING STORY OF STELLA DALLOS, A HEALTHY YOUNG GIRL FROM OUR OWN DOWNRIVER AREA WHO WAS BORN DURING THE 23RD WEEK OF PREGNANCY.
Jim Dallos’s heartwarming story of his daughter’s birth will set the stage for our renewed efforts, as a local affiliate of Right to Life of Michigan, to limit late term abortions in our state. We will also be electing a new Board and Officers for SDRTL, and we will outline the rest of our activities and plans for the balance of 2019.
We made some good progress in promoting a Culture of Life in both Michigan and Downriver in 2018, but we now have a strongly Pro-Abortion Governor & Pro-Abortion Attorney General who will stop at nothing to promote a Pro-Death agenda similar to what just became law in New York.
We can’t let that happen here. Unborn children just like Stella need your help in 2019.
Come and hear Stella’s story. It is truly amazing, and it is almost too beautiful to be true…. but it is.
Southern Downriver Right to Life