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'Bowling for Babies' to benefit Sav-A-Life of Montgomery

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River Region residents are invited to join Sav-A-Life/First Choice Women's Medical Center for their ‘Bowling For Babies' event at the Brunswick Zone at 1661 Eastern Blvd in Montgomery on Thursday evening, July 18th from 6-8pm.  A portion of the $12 ticket cost will benefit Sav-A-Life/First Choice, the mission of which is to provide services to women facing an unexpected pregnancy.  The ticket cost covers two games and shoe rental for an evening of bowling fun for a good cause.  Tickets for ‘Bowling For Babies' are available at the Brunswick Zone bowling alley and at Sav-A-Life/First Choice.The number of participants will be determined by the number of bowling lanes available.

‘Bowling For Babies' is being staged by the Sav-A-Life/First Choice ‘Leadership Counsel', a group of volunteers between the ages of 20-35 which exists to promote , raise funds and raise awareness of Sav-A-Life/First Choice and it's Pro-Life service to the River Region.  According to Dollene McLemore, the ‘Leadership Counsel's liaison with Sav-A-Life/First Choice, ‘Bowling For Babies' "will provide a great opportunity for families to bowl together, teen and other groups to compete with one another….all to promote Sav-A-Life.  Brunswick has 38 lanes and we want to fill them all!"

Sav-A-Life/First Choice Women's Medical Center provides a number of services for those women experiencing an un-expected pregnancy.  Among the free services for the more than 1,700 patients visiting the Center in 2012, the agency provided Pregnancy Testing, Ultrasound Confirmation of Pregnancy, Post Abortion Healing Counseling and a Men's Fraternity.  In addition, Sav-A-Life/First Choice offers the ‘Earn While You Learn' program which teaches parenting, discipline, Bible Studies and more. 

For more information on ‘Bowling For Babies', call Sav-A-Life/First Choice at l 334-260-8010.

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