Annual CCRTL Meeting
Sept. 19, Community Room at Cascade Park Library at 600 NE 136th Ave, Vancouver.
5:30 pm educational presentation.
6:30 pm Annual Board Meeting including Board and Officer elections. All terms are one year beginning Oct.1 and ending the following Sept. 30. Newcomers welcome.
40 Days for Life
Prayer, Fasting and Outreach to save lives, souls and hearts from the violence of abortion, offering life-affirming alternatives. Peaceful, prayerful presence bringing hope and help to a place of despair and death. Legally takes place in public right of way.
Opening Event: Sept 25, Sunday, 2-3pm at Prayer Vigil Site, public right of way one block north of E Mill Plain Blvd on NE 116th Ave. Across the street from Planned Parenthood.
Prayer Vigil Site 8am-8pm from Sept. 28 - Nov. 6
Closing Event: Nov. 6, Sunday, 2-4:30pm at Pied Piper Pizza, 12300 NE 4th Plain Blvd. (Buffet and/or pizza.) No host event in the "big room."
For more information go HERE
August 22, at the Cascade Park Library at 5:30 Gerry Parmantier again presented the DVD featuring Carol Everett to 2 attendees with discussion following. The Board meeting was attended by 8 people, including 4 Board members. Ann Makar had to resign as Secretary due to a very busy ongoing grandchild care commitment. Thanks for all your good work, Ann. Good feedback on this year's fair booth.
August 5-14, CCRTL Fair Booth at the Clark County Fair. Thanks to our 60+ volunteers and to Ann Makar for organizing their schedules; Larry, John Paul and David Scheese for obtaining part of the exhibit from the Beaverton affiliate of Oregon RTL; Tina Bock for taking down the exhibit on the last night; again the Scheese family for making a return trip to Beaverton; Gerry Parmantier for helping Ann and the Scheese family. Our RTL colleagues in Beaverton have a 3 day fair and wondered about our 10 day fair exhibit: "How do you do it?" Now you know.
June 20, Monday, 5:30 - 6:15 at the Cascade Park Library Community Room. "A former abortion clinic owner looks at abortion." Why did Carol Everett get into the abortion industry...why did she stay...why did she leave? Over 20 people attended this presentation...over half were high school/college age. Carol Everett's presentation of abortion techniques using the actual tools of the trade and letting the audience use their imaginations was very effective. She herself was forced to abort her third child by her husband and doctor. This led to a divorce and she started working in an abortion business and then ended up owning several. In 6 years she "witnessed" about 35, 000 abortions including one mother's death (never reported) and 18 hysterectomies and/or colostomies. Two most common questions women and girls asked before the abortion: is it a baby and will it hurt. Her answer: no and no. She wanted to become a millionaire. Now she wants to share her story so others can make an "informed" decision. The MC of the event, Gerry Parmantier, RN (retired) suggested one website for follow up: Abortion is the UnChoice unwanted, unsafe, unfair.
. Over 500 people attended the Oregon Right to Life Conference in Portland at the Airport Holiday Inn. To see the conference presentations (when available) go to http://www.ortl.org/ and click on "Events". You can also view the winning entries in the student essay, drawing and video creating contests. We gave away over 50 of the pre-born 12 week babies and the accompanying Precious One card detailing developmental milestones. Thank you, Oregon Right to Life. You give hope to all who cherish life and work for the day when every life will be respected in fact and protected by law.
April 2, Saturday, noon to 5pm. Multicultural Spring Resource Fair in Gaiser Hall at Clark College. CCRTL had a table with bilingual prolife literature and a lot of "Precious Baby" models representing the 10-12 week pre-born child....we gave away about 50 including the prenatal development info card. And we had two young ladies who want to help with our exhibit at the Clark County Fair August 5-14.
Clark County Right to Life, PO Box 1652, Vancouver, WA 98668 Our email is email@example.com