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December 3, 2007

Thomasville-- Members of a Thomasville church are organizing a Thomas-Grady Chapter of Georgia Right to Life.  At 7:00 Monday night at First Baptist church, an officer from the Atlanta Chapter will talk about various issues including an amendment in the Georgia Legislature that attempts to define when "personhood" begins.

Cynthia Bryan, of the Thomas/Grady chapter of Right to Life says, "Tonight we're trying to educate people about the pro-life effort and how they can get involved. We're hoping people will want to be involved in our local chapter."

The group also wants to get the word out about a silent march that will be held at the State Capitol on January 22nd.

 

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