When

Saturday, April 7, 2018    4PM

Where

SYB Party Center
4157 Hudson Dr.
Stow, OH 44224


 
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Contact

Right to Life of Northeast Ohio

330-762-2785
 

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SPECIAL NOTE:

#1

Please bring a package of diapers (any size or brand) or a can of formula (any size or brand) which will be donated to our area pregnancy resource centers.

#2

Following the lead of the very successful Students for Life campaign, we’re collecting baby socks to use in an educational, visual display used at county fairs and other events this year to show the tragic loss of innocent human lives in Ohio.  We would like to collect 20,672 pairs of infant socks to highlight the number of aborted children in Ohio last year.  The Students for Life campaign has had dramatic results at changing hearts and minds where people have seen it, and we want to do the same here.  Our plan is to donate the socks to area pregnancy resource centers once our display has run its course.  Can you please help us by bringing a package of baby socks? We are also accepting gently used socks.


 

Be our guest at the

Right to Life of Northeast Ohio Celebrate Life Dinner

Saturday, April 7 2018

 Social Hour 4:00pm; Dinner: 5:00pm

Tickets are free, but limited seats are available!   Make your reservation now!  Online registration closes 3/27/18.  Please call our office at 330-762-2785 after that date to check for remaining seats or cancellations.

 

About Dave & Darlene Yost

Dave Yost has always put the sanctity of life front and center in all of his campaigns. He was elected to a second term as Ohio State Auditor in November 2014, and continues to build a legacy of fighting fraud and “skinnying down” government. Since 2011, he’s helped to turn more than 135 corrupt public officials into convicted criminals and identified more than $22 million in stolen and misspent tax money. After taking on student attendance data rigging in his first term, Dave is currently working to bring increased accountability to Ohio’s charter schools.

Dave also helps state government, local communities and schools in becoming more efficient through performance audits, which have identified more than $257 million in potential savings. 

He and his wife, Darlene, make their home in Franklin County. They have three adult children and three grandchildren.

Dave and Darlene are strong advocates for adoption, and offer compassion and support to both the birthmothers and the families who adopt.  Darlene was adopted at 6 months old.  Informed by her parents influence, her personal story and her faith, she became a pro-life advocate long before the term was coined. .She says that the choice that her biological mother made “didn’t take away my other choices. I like being alive, and I’d like to have every conceived child have that same opportunity I’ve had.”  

Darlene has served on the board of Pregnancy Resources of Delaware County (previously known as The CORE Center) and, in 2016, received their Champion of Life Award.

CLICK HERE to watch a video of Dave and Darlene telling about their pro-life and adoption beliefs.