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Hello, PRC friends!
Thank you to all of you who participated in
some way in this year's Walk for Life. With your help, we were able
to raise $14,749.04! That's a great number, and we couldn't have
done it without the prayer and financial support of this community!
Our goal for this year was to raise $25,000. This means we came
up short $11,250.96. If you were unable to attend the Walk for Life,
or if you were unable to give at that time, it's not too late to
reach our goal.
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If you did not get a chance to give at or before the walk, you
can still send or drop off a donation at 308 N. Union St., Lincoln,
Thank you again to all who participated in any way. You are
greatly appreciated by the staff, volunteers and clients of the
Pregnancy Resource Center.
With a heart for the unborn,
Linda Nelson and Amanda Stidham
May 31, 2012]
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