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Get Out of the Cold After the March for Life

Posted by Willie Deutsch on Jan 6, 2015 3:17:00 PM


On January 22nd, hundreds of thousands of pro-life activists will descend on Washington D.C. to March for Life as we protest Roe v. Wade.  Every year since abortion was legalized, pro-lifers have marched to let Congress, the Supreme Court, and the nation know that Americans support life.  January is not the ideal month for standing in the cold for hours, so everyone bundles up and somehow that day seems to be one of the coldest and rainiest of the year.  In spite of the weather, we still march because the unborn need a voice.

capitol-hill-hotel-The-SalonThis year Care Net is sponsoring a free reception at the end of the March. After you finish, warm up with us and hang out with fellow pro-lifers. We'll have warm drinks and light refreshments in The Salon room of the Capitol Hill Hotel near the Supreme Court. We'll be there all afternoon, so swing on by whenever you finish marching.  

If you are looking for a beautiful place to warm up, and meet friends, please sign up here.  Also share this information online so your friends know about it as well.

It's important that we have a feel for how many people are coming, so please sign up below.  If you are unsure if you are coming, sign up anyway so we have enough room and food for you.

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