Steve Tullgren, Standards Editor
In the first semester, you may have been wondering why there were gigantic baby bottles in the Warrior’s Den, Post Office, Bookstore, and Zest.
The bottles were to give students, faculty and staff the opportunity to make donations to the Pregnancy Care Center (PCC) in Haverhill and Lawrence.
The PCC supports women with pregnancy testing, counseling, baby clothes, furniture, maternity clothes, and various other forms of support for pregnant women. Its services are free and confidential.
The PCC mission statement says, “The Pregnancy Care Center is a Christ-centered ministry offering life-affirming services designed to empower women and men in making informed choices about unexpected pregnancy, sexual integrity and recovery from post abortion trauma.”
On Feb. 7, Fr. Bill Waters from Campus Ministry and Matt Hanafin and Michele Bonanno representing the Warriors for Life — REAL (Respecting Every Aspect of Life) presented a check for $430 to Deb Pryor, administrative assistant at the PCC. REAL and the PCC said they were grateful to all those who contributed.