Doors open in p.m., and the dinner and program will run out of seven p.m. to 9 p.m.. An opportunity to produce a financial gift is going to be extended, although the dinner is complimentary. To RSVP by March 5 or for information on sponsoring a table, phone -LRB-740-RRB-¬†283-3636; e-mail; or write into the Aim Women’s Center in P.O. Box 4365, Steubenville OH 43952. Attire is semi-formal, and the occasion is for adults as seating is limited.

The featured speaker is Anne Pierson, who with her husband began the ministry of Loving and Caring out of a need “to assist leaders and individuals in the pro-life neighborhood,” in accordance with the Aim Women’s Center cold newsletter. The few were directors, founders and home parents of a maternity home. Anne is the author of “My Baby and Me” workbook show and numerous counseling and coaching materials. She’s received a Lot of awards, including Heartbeat’s Servant Leader Award and 2011 Legacy Award, Care Net’s Dr. Harold O.J. Brown’s Sanctity of Human Life Award along with the Angel of Adoption Award by the Congressional Committee on Adoption.

“Launched in 1987, Aim Women’s Center is your best initial step for any woman who thinks she might be pregnant and isn’t sure what to do this,” mentioned Victoria Fallon, the centre’s executive director. “Aim Women’s Center believes every woman facing an unanticipated pregnancy deserves the finest quality services, tools, information and counseling needed to browse through her choices free of charge,” she lasted.

“The wellbeing and well-being of each woman is significant to Aim Women’s Center. Through discreet pregnancy testing, ultrasound and STI/STD analyzing and treatment, their medical staff can answer any questions a patient or family member might have,” Fallon said, including, “Back in 2017, Aim helped more than 190 women get the answers they needed.”