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'Walk For Life' Saturday In Vernon & W.F.

The Pregnancy Help Center in Wichita Falls and Vernon will sponsor the 12th Annual "Walk For Life"  on Saturday at 10 a.m.  Registration & free continental breakfast begin at 9 a.m. 

In Wichita Falls, the Walk will be held at the Lucy Park Pavilion No. 1, and in Vernon, at the Calvary Baptist Family Life Center. 

As they celebrate being able to expand services and programs at 4011 Seymour Hwy., they are enthusiastically preparing for a " fantastic,  family-friendly" walk to raise needed funds.  The first 300 registered walkers will receive the 2013 "Making a Difference One Life at a Time" T-shirts. 

There will be many Free Fun Family Events that include the Happy Hopper, Face Painting, Balloon Sculptures, the band "Anchored" a music ministry  of Anchor Baptist Church. In addition, there will be drawings for great gifts that day for all participants--children and adults.  The PHC will also have fabulous prize drawings and awards at the appreciation BBQ on June 3rd at the Pregnancy Help Center for Team Captains, Teams, and Sponsored Walkers who raise as a team $1,000 or more and $200 or more as a sponsored walker.

Registration Sponsor Forms are available at the Pregnancy Help Center, 4011 Seymour Hwy. in Wichita Falls and at 2300 Pease St in Vernon.  For more information or to donate online, visit the Walk for Life website:  www.walkforlife.wfpregnancyhelpcenter.org.

Proceeds from this walk will benefit the Pregnancy Help Center of Wichita Falls and Vernon.  This non-profit agency assists women, their children, and expectant fathers by offering the following free services:

  •  Pregnancy testing
  • Verification of pregnancy by a licensed RN
  • Limited Life-Affirming Sonograms
  • Option consultations by a volunteer
  • "Just One Mom To Another" and "Mom's Hang Time" Parenting Classes
  • Pre-Natal Classes
  • "Dad's Boot Camp" for expectant fathers



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