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Newsletter- July 2010

Newsletter- July 2010

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Here's our latest edition of the "Lifeline", our quarterly newsletter. Be sure to read all about the latest news and upcoming events, including the Walk-Run 4 Life which will take place on September 26. To register to participate and begin collecting donations, go to our website www.heartchoicesbeloit.com
Here's our latest edition of the "Lifeline", our quarterly newsletter. Be sure to read all about the latest news and upcoming events, including the Walk-Run 4 Life which will take place on September 26. To register to participate and begin collecting donations, go to our website www.heartchoicesbeloit.com

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Published by: Heart Choices Pregnancy Center on Jul 22, 2010
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quarterly publication of Heart Choices July, 2010
Volume 9 Issue 3
602 W 6thBeloit, KS 67420785-738-3433Toll Free 1-800-585-3433
 Alice Thompson ~ Director Lila Sherlock ~ ReceptionistDorothy Katsiyiannis~ Mentor
Board of Directors
Barry Munsey ~ President Craig Gengler Donna MunseyBrenda CrawfordDan DanielsDebi Treaster Kris Kimple, M.D. Jerry Buser Karen Buser Margaret MontgomeryWayne FeigalNancy Rush
Summer is usually thought of as a slower time of year, but we’ve found it
brings busy times at Heart Choices. Beginning early in June (and before)preparations began for the Fireworks Stand. This was our 7th year andproved to be the best ever with sales nearly doubled from last year. We areso grateful to every volunteer who helped and every person who chose tosupport our tent with their fireworks purchases.With little time to rest between, we began recruitingworkers for the Lemonade Stand at the Mitchell CountyFair (July 28-31), and before that has even taken place,details are being finalized for the 2010 Walk-Run 4 Life onSeptember 26. Whew! Makes me tired just writing it.Fundraising is a part of our ministry, and likely will alwaysbe. The simple truth is that if we want to strengthenour outreach, finding funding is a part of that process.It is exciting to see how God has already strengthenedthe outreach of Heart Choices, allowing us to serve women and men inBeloit as well as other communities. I am happy to say Heart Choices isnow seeing clients by appointment in Concordia. We have been blessed topartner with agencies there and in other towns who see the importance of pregnancy counseling and education from a life-affirming perspective.Appointments for Concordia are made by calling the Beloit office. Althoughthese opportunities sometimes stretch our staffing, we know that makingservices available on a more local basis is meeting needs for more youngmothers and their families.Once again, the need for additional funding and personnel increases, butGod has always been faithful to provide our needs through people just likeyou. We are blessed to have development directors and board memberswho are committed to doing what is necessary to assure women, families,and teens in the North Central Kansas area are given every possibleopportunity to make healthy life choices related to their sexuality and child-bearing, consistent with the sanctity of human life.At our annual board meeting in April, we said goodbye to two founding boardmembers. Max Deets served as the first president of the board of directorsof Heartbeat Pregnancy Center, Inc. His leadership and spiritual sensitivitywere invaluable to the foundation of this ministry. Mary Fugate will continueto direct the Sexual Integrity program as she has done excellently for thepast 8 years. Through school presentations, overnight retreats, and now anew training for parents, young people are equipped, encouraged, andchallenged toward a life of purity and good health.Whether you can give, volunteer, or pray, your participation in this ministry isneeded! The future of our young people and our families depends on it.
Please join us and be a part of the team that’s making a difference in hearts
and lives in your community!
Ben Fugate uses his “Ironman”
strength to pound stakes for settingup the fireworks tent.
We are happy to welcome
as the newestmember to the board of directors. She is a wife tohusband, Gil Rush; a mother totwo wonderful children, Davidand Kim; and the proudgrandmother to five preciousgrandchildren. As a Christianmom, teacher, and woman, Nancy has felt thetremendous need to promote and protect thesanctity of life and she is delighted to be able toserve now on the Board of Heart Choices.
Nancy holds a Bachelor’s degree in educationfrom Emporia State University and a Master’s
degree in Education from Fort Hays StateUniversity. Her teaching experience includesall grade levels at several areas schoolsincluding Osborne Elementary School, Jewell Jr.
High & High school, St. John’s Grade School & 
High School, and Macksville Elementary School.Thank you, Nancy, for your willingness to makea difference for women and families. 
Stacey Novak
began serving as avolunteer mentorand parent educatorat Heart Choices inMay 2010. Staceygraduated fromKansas StateUniversity with adegree n Family Life andCommunity Service in 2006 andserved as youth director for ZionLutheran and First UnitedMethodist Churches in Beloit in2007.She is currently a 911 dispatcherfor the Mitchell County LawEnforcement Center and workspart time at the Glen Elder StatePark Office. We are blessed tohave Stacy on our team!
Thank you to all whosupported our fire-works stand July 1-4through purchases orvolunteering. Allproceeds will be usefulfor the operatingexpenses of HeartChoices.
Delicious homemade lemonade!
Please come out and support ourlemonade stand at the MitchellCounty Fair July 28-31.
Thank you for donations given
Dan ApplegateTom PoelmaMartha Kohler Vernon Thiessen
Edward “Hal” Roberts
 Bob Gengler
Gayle & Barbara CarlsonLarry & Dorothy WhiteFrank & Doreen Donovan
“Fun in the Sun”
picnic on July 14, was originallyscheduled to meet at Chautauqua Park, but thesweltering heat moved us to have an indoor picnic atHeart Choices. Parents and children enjoyed a lunch,along with activities, games, andgifts for each child. Parents hadan opportunity to hear ourparenting class volunteer, DoniseUnderhill, talk about sunscreenand insect repellent safety.
Thank You
 Mt. Ayr Friends Women
who blessed us withdiapers and giftswith their 
“Celebration of Women Tea” on
May 8.
Children are a gift from the Lord!
Psalm 127:3
SUNDAY • SEPT. 26 • 2010
5K Run 1 Mile Walk .5 Mile Kids Race
4 Mile Bike Race 16 Mile Bike Race *
begins at 2:30 p.m.(bikers must be 14 or above)
$20 Individual Registration
or collect pledges for Heart Choices
Medals and prizes will be awarded for races
Prizes for top collectors in child, teen, adult, and team categories
Meal will be served following the races
Door PrizesTo register, call
738-3433 or 1-800-585-3433 
or visit our website
Gather a fundraising team from your church, organization, workplace, or family! Onlinefundraising is available. Call us for a team packet or to learn how to set up your own weblink for collecting donations via email or your social networks!

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