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SLC Students Traveling to Washington, DC for March for Life
Silver Lake College of the Holy Family’s Director of Campus Ministry and seven students will be taking a pilgrimage to the March for Life in Washington DC from January 22-24. The group will be traveling with 50 people from the Diocese of Green Bay to join in a gathering with nearly 200,000 other pilgrims from around the country. Students will have the opportunity to experience an active role as a citizen of the United States and will meet with Representatives Sean Duffy and Reid Ribble.
“We take this pilgrimage to show our support for all life, from conception to natural death” stated Tommy Nelson, Director of Campus Ministry. “This is a chance for our students to exercise their rights as citizens to gather and show our lawmakers that we believe that every human life is sacred and should be protected by law.”
Students attending include Kayln Nelson, Max Ver Voort, Craig Majewski, Taylor Geiger, Brittany Schroeder, Katie Criever and Kathy Van Sleet.