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    Fundraiser to support Fairbanks pro-life pregnancy center

    AlaskaWatchman.com

    FYNDout Free Pregnancy Center, a pro-life outreach in Fairbanks, is holding its annual Spring Brunch Fundraiser on Saturday, April 4, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Westmark Hotel.

    The pregnancy center has operated in Fairbanks for 30 years, providing free pregnancy tests by trained registered nurses, free ultrasounds and medically accurate information so women can be fully informed about all their options. The center also offers parenting classes, baby clothes and supplies, adoption information and post-abortion counseling.

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    The upcoming fundraiser is a chance to celebrate FYNDout’s three decades of service in Fairbanks and meet some of the key volunteers who have helped develop the mission of the outreach. There will also be information in how to volunteer and financially support FYNDout.

    Brunch will be provided for free, but the event is a key fundraiser for the organization.

    To RSVP, call 455-8255 or visit the website.

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