Pro Life Legal Defense Fund Reaches Out to Pregnancy Centers

Next week, our friends at the Pro Life Legal Defense Fund will be hosting their 2017 Century Dinner where they will be honoring co-founders of the internationally acclaimed Bioethics Defense Fund, Attorneys Nikolas Nikas and Dorinda Bordlee.

If any pregnancy care centers decide to have a representative purchase a ticket to their upcoming dinner, the Pro Life Legal Defense Fund will match a complimentary ticket for a client or past client of the center who has decided to carry her pregnancy to term. Any such person may bring her child as well on a complimentary basis. (The Boston Newton Marriott has a children’s menu of chicken fingers.) If anyone has an interest in this offer, please let us know.

The Pro Life Legal Defense fund will also be sponsoring a separate and FREE presentation, “Natural Law: Cloning, Chimeras, Animal-Human Hybrids, 3- Parent Embryos: What Everyone Should Know About The Brave New World.” This presentation will be made by the Bioethics Defense Fund. It will begin at 5:30 p.m. on April 28. Attendance at the Century Dinner is not a prerequisite for this event, but pre-registration is encouraged.

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