Promoting a culture of life in Shelby County, Ohio


Right to Life News

Archdiocese of Cincinnati: Nine Months with Christ in the Womb campaign

WWJD? How Jesus might handle a conversation on abortion

US/Worldwide Abortion Counter

John Willke, "father of pro-life movement," RIP

Right to Life and a Culture of Marriage

RTL Oratory Contest

Life Chain

Spreading the prolife message during parade season

Scramble-4-Life Golf Outing

RTL Garage Sale

Candlelight Vigil

Shelby County Fair booth

Passing the Torch: Teens for Truth Retreat

Registration Now Open for Golf Outing

The 5th Annual, Right to Life of Shelby County, Scramble-4-Life is scheduled for Saturday, May 9. Registration for the 18-Hole Scramble is now open!

The scramble will begin with a shotgun start at 8:30am with team registration beginning at 7:30am. Cost per 4-person team is $200 and includes golf, cart, and a meal. Cash prizes will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams. The registration deadline is May 1, 2015

All of the proceeds will benefit Right to Life of Shelby County . Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

For more information about sponsoring the event or to register your team,contact Julia:; call or text: (937)489-9129.

Garage Sale 2015 in the Books...

Many thanks to all who organized, worked at, and shopped at the Russia Garage Sale. It was a great success.

Congratulations to Oratory Winners

Dylan Sherman, a senior at Lehman Catholic High School, topped the competition at the RTL Oratory Contest Monday, February 16. The contest was held at St. John's Lutheran Church in Sidney.

Second place went to Nathan Platfoot, a junior at Botkins High School. Placing third was a Russia High School junior, Erin Gaerke.

Congratulations to our winners, and to all of the competitors, who all delivered impressive pro-life speeches.

Good luck to Dylan, who continues on to represent Shelby County at the Ohio Right to Life Oratory Contest on May 2.


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