ANOTHER "SMALL VICTORY" FOR SMALL VICTORIES
At Tuesday night’s (9/15/20) city council meeting in Granite City, Illinois, council members saw through the attempts to further block our vital pregnancy outreach to abortion bound women and denied Hope Clinic’s request for fencing around the Midwest’s largest late term abortion facility. In the past 27.5 years of daily counseling and medical services through our Small Victories medical unit we have saved over 6, 000 babies; 49 of these being adopted by loving couples. Our ultrasound van has been embedded directly in front of Hope Clinic and very accessible with free on the spot assistance, with nurses, sonographers, social workers, and physicians. The fencing was designed to completely enclose the front and only 3 ft on the sides of the parking lot. In Hope Clinic’s 46 years of providing abortions they have never requested a fence. Why now? Obviously it’s due to the revenue they are losing with every baby saved in our new medical unit. We also hold a daily presence outside the mega Planned Parenthood in Fairview Heights, Illinois. The final vote was 5-5 with Mayor Hagnauer breaking the tie vote. We give God the glory for another victory.
Small Victories Pregnancy Outreach
Angela Michael executive director