I would like to take this opportunity to thank Wisconsin Right to Life (wisconsinrighttolife.org) for being a most stable and reliable force, presence and reference available to anyone who desires guidance regarding the rights not only of today’s women, but also of men.
The rights regarded include, also, those of the most tiny of fetal cells that, if allowed to grow, have the potential to become positive human beings. These humans can be allowed to realize that they have an important role, or even many roles, in a society, where even “the least of us” can be valuable. If we do not discount or misunderstand these created humans, they might even get the chances to learn, grow, change and become more and more integral in today’s world, inspiring it with much hope.
The county chapters of WI Right to Life are actually the basis of the state organization, and I continue in the privilege of chairing Oneida Co., which has recently added service of Vilas Co., as well. We have the joys and blessings of standing up for many good citizens, but especially for the rights of the unborn, special needs and elderly via education and moral support for traditional, life-saving values right here on our own Northwoods turf. We also provide an alternative and referrals for constructive activities for teens and collegians, who in addition to adults, are offered some excellent WI Right to Life activities and supports at the state and local levels.
WI Right to Life is the organization which, because of our support of traditional values, promotes those values through being the most effective, in legality and legislation, of the respect-for-life groups in Wisconsin by sharing information, confidently standing behind the right to vote, and by providing current voting information via our website and other media means.
We wish you a Happy New Year, and “if in doubt, check it out” at wisconsinrighttolife.org, or with myself at (715) 362-6425. I challenge you to find out about some of the highest noble regards and respects for life through the WI Right to Life website and literature.
Paula Oldenburg, Rhinelander