Life Chain to end abortion

Sunday, October 8, 2017

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Photo submitted A group of Siloam Springs citizens participated in silent prayer and public witness against abortion on Sunday afternoon. The event -- called "Life Chain"-- is held each year on the first Sunday in October as a unified, peaceful call to end abortion in the United States. In Siloam Springs, the group gathered from 2 to 3 p.m., along U.S. Highway 412 East.
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Photo submitted A group of Siloam Springs citizens participated in silent prayer and public witness against abortion on Sunday afternoon. The event -- called "Life Chain"-- is held each year on the first Sunday in October as a unified, peaceful call to end abortion in the United States. In Siloam Springs, the group gathered from 2 to 3 p.m., along U.S. Highway 412 East.

Photo submitted A group of Siloam Springs citizens participated in silent prayer and public witness against abortion on Sunday afternoon. The event -- called "Life Chain"-- is held each year on the first Sunday in October as a unified, peaceful call to end abortion in the United States. In Siloam Springs, the group gathered from 2 to 3 p.m., along U.S. Highway 412 East.


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