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 rini_protest.png January 20-22, 2014

 Help us to join together with people across our nation in a show of
peaceful unity to stop legalized abortion.
Those who have made this pilgrimage in the past will tell you
that it is an awesome experience not to be missed!

 

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participants from 2013 March for Life

 

 

Registration deadline was October 15.

To be added to the waiting list, please call

Denise Leipold at 330-762-2785.

 

 

Planned Itinerary:

 Monday, January 20, 2013

Leave Akron area about 4:30am on luxury coach buses.
Arrive in Washington, DC around noon.
Witness with other student groups at Planned Parenthood.
Sightseeing in Washington, DC, and possible meetings with legislators.
"Rock for Life" concert in evening at 4H center.

Tuesday, January 21, 2013

All day:  Students for Life Conference

Wednesday, January 22, 2013

Worship service at 4H center in morning
Arrive at National Mall around noon.
Participate in 41st March for Life.
Leave Washington at approximately 5PM, return to Akron area around midnight.

 

 

 SPACE IS LIMITED!!!!

For a printable copy of the registration booklet, CLICK HERE.

Cost of $225 per person includes bus transportation, two nights lodging (2 to 4 in a room) at the National 4H Center in Chevy Chase Maryland, and attendance fees and meals at Students for Life conference.   Deposit of $50 per person due by October 15, 2013.  Balance of $175 per person due by December 15, 2013.   Check back soon for on-line forms and registration.  For any questions, call 330-762-2785.  This trip is a well chaperoned trip for students who will be traveling without parents.  All adult chaperones must comply with Right to Life of Northeast Ohio's Policy for the Protection of Children and Youth.  Click on the title to read a printable copy of this policy.  

 

PACKING LIST

 

What you should bring:   

Warm clothing (winter coat, boots or appropriate shoes, hat gloves); clothes appropriate for church or prayer service; rain poncho/small umbrella; pajama and toiletries (soap, toothpast, shampoo, etc.,); hair dryer/curling iron; prescription medications; cell phone; money for meals not included

 

What you may choose to bring:

Small blanket and pillow for the bus; backpack; camera; personal mp3 player, handheld electronic games (all with earphones); books, journals; snacks; money for souvenirs

What you may NOT bring:

Drugs, alcohol, tobacco or weapons of any king; inappropriate games or videos; more than 1 suitcase; coolers; suggestive, obscene or explicit materials or clothing

 

BEHAVIOR GUIDELINES

  • Participants must wear provided name tag at all times.
  • The use of tobacco, alcohol, drugs and weapons is prohibited for the duration of the trip.  Those who fail to comply with this rule will be sent home at the participant’s expense.
  • All youth participants must keep with assigned group and adult group leader at all times, including during tours and activities.  
  • All youth participants are expected to attend all programmed events following the given schedule.
  • Socializing should take place in public areas.  NO visiting is allowed in sleeping areas occupied by the opposite gender without the presence of a chaperone.
  • Scheduled curfews must be strictly followed.  No youth may leave their assigned sleeping area after curfew.
  • Use good judgment and respect in all behavior.  Any disrespectful or disruptive behavior will be dealt with quickly and certainly.  Participants who use inappropriate language, illegal substances or participate in destructive behavior will be removed and may asked to leave early at his/her expense.  Disagreements that impose on an individual’s or group’s comfort level should be brought to the event leader’s attention for resolution.
  • When riding on the bus, you should stay in your seats at all times.  Care must be taken to respect the drivers and the busses.
  • Use earphones when operating any portable electronic devices so as not to disturb others around you.
  • Please remember to obey and respect all figures of authority.
  • All adult chaperones/group leaders must complete the separate “Application to Work with Youth” form.

 

Start raising funds now to be able to take part in this awesome event!

If you are in a school pro-life club, there are many ways to raise funds, such as:

  • yard clean up or outdoor work
  • car wash
  • bake sale
  • face painting at area carnivals and events
  • windshield washing
  • dog wash
  • and many more ideas listed in the Youth for Life of Northeast Ohio Pro-Life Youth Club Handbook

For a copy of a letter you can send out to raise funds from family/friends/businesses, CLICK HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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