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W.H. "Bill" and Barbara Lamb received an Award for their 57 years of membership in the John Birch Society. The Lambs joined the soceity group in 1963 and have been active since. The award was presented by Evan Mulch, Executive Co-ordinator for JBS for Georgia, North & South Carolina on a Friday night's NIGHT OF THE BIRCHERS at Ruths' Chris Steak House in Greenville. W.H. Lamb is a long-time and current columnist for The Times Examiner.

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When pro-lifers are counting their blessings this Thanksgiving, they can add something else to the list: the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. In another win for President Trump's legacy on judges, the full Fifth Circuit gave the green light to three states to defund Planned Parenthood in Medicaid. Texas and Louisiana had been fighting to cut ties with the abortion giant for years -- only to be slapped down by the courts. Now, thanks to four new Trump judges, the bench had just enough common sense to give state leaders that right.

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New White Paper Documents 20 Years of Experience by Renowned Christian Teen Girl School -- Marijuana Harms Teenager Minds

HERON, Mont. -- Mary Thielbahr, MA, Founder and Director of Clearview Girls Academy, a Christian residential treatment center, for over 20 years, alerted parents today about the current dangerous effects of marijuana use among teens. Clearview has issued a white paper on the topic, "Marijuana Harms Teenager Minds."

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ATLANTA -- The National Black Pro-Life Coalition recently announced that they filed a racial discrimination claim with the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services against Planned Parenthood, asserting they have been targeting Black women and babies for nearly half a century.

On July 20, 2020, Planned Parenthood of New York stated they "acknowledge Planned Parenthood's contributions to historical reproductive harm within communities of color." It is that historical harm that the National Black Pro-Life Coalition believes has contributed to the adverse impact Black women and their babies have faced at the hands of abortionists.

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Just Say Something, a community-based organization, kicked off Red Ribbon Week (October 23rd-31st) with the 4th Annual Red Ribbon 5K in Sugar Creek. The Sunrise Red Ribbon 5K at Sugar Creek, presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of South Carolina and Mass Mutual of South Carolina, was held on Saturday, October 3, 2020. Additional sponsors include The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health; Promotions Unlimited; Cowart Awards; County Bank; Flying Melons Productions; Rich & Mary Lee Tierney; Amica Insurance; The Carlson Family; and J.J. Bowers, Realtor - Re/Max.

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Farmers Boxes 2020

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. -- Since the United States Department of Agriculture Farmers to Families Food Box Program launched in May 2020, CityServe's collaborative network of churches and faith-based organizations have distributed over 5 million food boxes across the United States. Food box distribution in CityServe's network totals over 120 million pounds of wholesome foods delivered to families living in the "Last Mile of Need."

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Ralph Dorothy Kohler

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.-- Worldwide Marriage Encounter, the original faith-based marriage enrichment program in the United States, announced today that the winners of the Longest Married Couple Project are Ralph & Dorothy Kohler from Indio, CA.  They have been married 85 years as of Sept. 16, 2020.

"What a privilege and honor it is to recognize Ralph & Dorothy Kohler for their commitment to marriage," said Tony & Sue Morris and Fr. Tom Ogg, the United States Ecclesial Team for WWME. "We look forward to virtually recognizing them on Oct 10th in their hometown of Indio," they added. 

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