Monday, SEPTEMBER 14, 2015
GROSSE ILE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
9339 BELLEVUE RD.
GROSSE ILS, MI 48138
The Fifth Annual Golf for Life Outing is the primary event to benefit Southern Downriver Right to Life in 2015. Southern Downriver Right to Life is an affiliate of Right to Life of Michigan.
18 Hole Scramble
Registration @ 11:00 AM
Shot-Gun Start @ 12:00 PM
Cocktails @ 5:00 PM followed by Dinner @ 5:45 PM
Sponsor Options Available!
Please contact Joe Connors for more info at
email@example.com or at 734-241-4277
REGISTER ONLINE at www.SDRTL.org
Hole in One Contest with a 2015 Buick Encore Sponsored by Grouts Buick GMC
***INDIVIDUAL GOLFERS WELCOME***
MARK YOUR CALENDARS NOW TO FIND A MEMORIAL SERVICE NEAR YOU ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, OR HOW TO ARRANGE ONE AT: www.abortionmemorials.com, and there’s plenty of time to plan a memorial service. Several graves of aborted babies still need someone to plan a memorial service and hundreds of Memorial Markers for Aborted Babies where you may hold a service for this Nationwide Event.
Click here to locate a Marker NEAR YOU! http://www.abortionmemorials.com/sites.php
AND Captains are still needed for the following gravesites for aborted children. So far no one has stepped forward to plan a service for these babies:
- Gravesite of 47 Aborted Babies The Gosnell Babies
Laurel Hill Cemetery 3822 Ridge Avenue Upper Chichester,
- Grave of Nine Abortion Victims
Miller Family Cemetery Highway 59 and Old Lloyd Road
Lloyd FL 32344
- Burial Site of 227 Aborted Babies
Truro Anglican Church 10520 Main Street Fairfax VA 22030
- Gravesite of One Aborted Baby – Christian Chapel 7807 East 76th Street Tulsa OK 74133
- Burial Site of 63 Aborted Babies
Cathedral Cemetery 2400 Lancaster Avenue Wilmington DE 19805
- Gravesite of 34 Aborted Babies
Immaculate Conception Cemetery Singerly Road (Route 213) and Childs Road Elkton MD 21921
- Burial Site of 55 Aborted Babies
Resthaven Memorial Park 5001 E. Highland Street Shawnee OK 74801
- Burial Site of 2 Aborted Babies
Pine Ridge Presbyterian Church 3900 S. Hiawassee Road Orlando FL 32835
- Gravesite of Aborted Babies
Green Acres Mortuary 11715 Cedar Avenue Bloomington CA 92316
- Gravesite of Baby Agnes Doe
Oak Grove Cemetery Clay Avenue and Greendale Road Tyrone PA 16686
Watch this 5 minute video “Requiem for the Disappeared” – on the burials of the aborted unborn! And you’ll be inspired to plan a memorial service for the victims of abortion:
You will hear from Right to Life of Michigan President Barbara Listing and Legislative Director Ed Rivet. We are looking forward to an exciting summer in Michigan with opportunities to share prolife information. This is your chance to receive the most up-to-date information on what is happening in Michigan regarding LIFE. We expect the teleseminar to be about 20 minutes.
The teleseminar is open to prolife people, feel free to share this information with your Michigan friends and family members.
There are two ways for you to listen in:
⦁ Use your phone and call (425) 440-5100; PIN Code: 662744#
⦁ Or, listen via the Internet: http://iTeleseminar.com/70248558
We are looking forward to connecting with you on Tuesday, June 2, at 11 a.m.
The Mother who started “Mother’s Day”
The earliest tributes to mothers date back to the annual spring festival the Greeks dedicated to Rhea, the mother of many deities, and to the offerings ancient Romans made to their Great Mother of Gods, Cybele.
In the United States, Mother’s Day started nearly 150 years ago, when Anna Jarvis, an Appalachian homemaker, organized a day to raise awareness of poor health conditions in her community, a cause she believed would be best advocated by mothers. She called it “Mother’s Work Day.” It was mothers being pro-active, it was about motherhood in a larger sense and having a responsibility to the community at large. To her, motherhood wasn’t just contained, it was about a broader family. The groups sought to help mothers team up to put a dent in high infant mortality and combat other problems. Their motto reflected that vision: “Mothers work — for Better Mothers, Better Homes, Better Children, Better Men and Women.”
Fifteen years later, Julia Ward Howe, a Boston poet, pacifist, suffragist, and author of the lyrics to the “Battle Hymn of the Republic,” organized a day encouraging mothers to rally for peace, since she believed they bore the loss of human life more harshly than anyone else.
In 1905 when Anna Jarvis died, her daughter, also named Anna, began a campaign to memorialize the life work of her mother. Legend has it that young Anna remembered a Sunday school lesson that her mother gave in which she said, “I hope and pray that someone, sometime, will found a memorial mother’s day. There are many days for men, but none for mothers.”
Anna began to lobby prominent businessmen like John Wannamaker, and politicians including Presidents Taft and Roosevelt to support her campaign to create a special day to honor mothers. At one of the first services organized to celebrate Anna’s mother in 1908, at her church in West Virginia, Anna handed out her mother’s favorite flower, the white carnation. Five years later, the House of Representatives adopted a resolution calling for officials of the federal government to wear white carnations on Mother’s Day. In 1914 Anna’s hard work paid off when Woodrow Wilson signed a bill recognizing Mother’s Day as a national holiday.
At first, people observed Mother’s Day by attending church, writing letters to their mothers, and eventually, by sending cards, presents, and flowers. With the increasing gift-giving activity associated with Mother’s Day, Anna Jarvis became enraged. She believed that the day’s sentiment was being sacrificed at the expense of greed and profit. In 1923 she filed a lawsuit to stop a Mother’s Day festival, and was even arrested for disturbing the peace at a convention selling carnations for a war mother’s group. Before her death in 1948, Jarvis is said to have confessed that she regretted ever starting the mother’s day tradition.
Despite Amma Jarvis’s misgivings, Mother’s Day has flourished in the United States. In fact, the second Sunday of May has become the most popular day of the year to dine out, and telephone lines record their highest traffic, as sons and daughters everywhere take advantage of this day to honor and to express appreciation of their mothers.
Perhaps Anna was correct in her belief that holidays like Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Christmas, Easter, Valentine’s Day, and all others have been too commercialized and have lost the significance of the actual holiday, but society has accepted it, so this is the new norm. We as humans should never forget the true meaning of our holidays in whatever faith or tradition we follow. Gifts are nice, but LOVE and the greater meaning is even greater!
Christians celebrated this festival on the fourth Sunday in Lent in honor of Mary, mother of Christ. In England this holiday was expanded to include all mothers and was called Mothering Sunday. Almost all other countries across the globe celebrate “Mother’s Day”, “Mothering Sunday”, or “Woman’s Day”, although the date and month may be a little different, but in most country’s whatever they have chosen to call this celebration of Mothers, is tied to a religious belief or a holiday. (Info found on internet and author’s were not named in the various sources).
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY – A GIFT FROM THE HEART!