Abby Johnson To Speak At Upcoming Pro-Life Event

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

The Women's Enrichment Center of Dalton and Chatsworth invite the public to the event "The Difference is Life - An Evening with Abby Johnson”.

Abby Johnson is the author of the bestselling book "unplanned” and a former Planned Parenthood Director turned Pro-Life Advocate. Ms. Johnson is a frequently requested guest on FOX News and has been featured on the Mike Huckabee Show, the O'Reilly Factor, Focus on the Family and numerous other print and media programs.

The event will take place at the CrossPointe Christian Center, 681 Underwood St.

, Dalton, on Monday, Sept. 29, with an exclusive Meet & Greet at 6 p.m., followed by a 7 p.m. Presentation. 

All ticket purchases and sponsorship opportunities are tax-deductible.

Please visit www.wecnorthga.org, for more details, ticket prices and sponsorship information; or contact the Women's Enrichment Center at 706-278-1050.


 

 


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