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Sun, Jan. 19

Letter: Advice & Aid helps teens

I was delighted to see the Advice and Aid Pregnancy Center was invited to help teens at Kingman High “see” how a fetus naturally develops in the womb of a woman (Sept. 26 article).

I volunteered for a while at this Pregnancy Center, and it is much needed in Kingman.

Not only does it provide women with prenatal education and care, but a loving and compassionate concern for both mother and family. There were several retired nurses, and some nurse volunteers who, along with other ladies simply wish to help families with young children.

The Center offers an extensive educational program, where the clients receive “points” in order to “purchase” baby formula, diapers, clothing, and sometimes furniture. Smiles and hugs are always free.

This Pregnancy Center is for helping women who are pregnant or have young children, and are in need of assistance.

This center is not a place for receiving contraceptives, stopping pregnancies or encouraging sex outside of marriage. This center is not a place for obtaining information for killing innocent children in the womb.

It is a place for helping mothers, fathers, and children from womb to four years old with the hope they will have a better life now, and eternally with God.

God bless all those who support this much needed organization in our community. The center will be having their major fundraiser, Pregnancy Tea, on October 22.

Please come and see how you can support the children in need in our community.

Angie Van Steyn

Kingman Resident

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