Michigan KC 57th Ultrasound

Published by: Gary Merritt On: 07/19/2019 Under: Culture of Life (207 Hits)    

57th ultrasound

Wednesday July 17, 2019 marked the dedication of the 57th Ultrasound Machine in Michigan which took place at Pregnancy Center of Lapeer. Lou Parsch, Grand Knight from Council #4556 provided the opening prayer while Fr. Noel from Sacred Heart parish in Imlay City blessed the Ultrasound machine.  In attendance, District Deputy Walter Sierakowski Jr. representing sponsoring Council #1987, Council #4556 GK Lou Parsch, Council #9568 GK Drew Edwards, Lapeer Pregnancy Center Executive Director Erika Hale, Board Co-Chairman Chuck Herpolsheimer along with Lapeer Center staff and Brother Knights from the neighboring Councils. Others in attendance MI State Council State Secretary Walter Winkle Jr., and MI K of C Pro Life Chair Couple Tim & Cindy Donovan.

Sponsoring Council: Fr. Goentges Council #1987 along with the help of neighboring Councils #9568 in North Branch, & #4556 in Imlay City.

Board Co-Chairman Chuck Herpolsheimer communicated the importance of this Ultrasound Machine while thanking the Knights of Columbus for their generosity and commitment to Protecting the Unborn. Executive Director Erika Hale also expressed her thanks to the K of C recognizing the great work that's being done in opening the hearts and minds of those facing difficult decisions. Fr. Noel concluded the ceremony by providing us with our inspirational closing prayer.

Many thanks to all who participated and donated that may not be mentioned, please know that without all of you none of this would be possible.

And last but far from least, let us not forget Supreme Council Knights of Columbus for their matching funds program which has surpassed its original goal of 1,000 Life Saving Ultrasound Machines Order wide.

To view a listing of the clinics with a KC donated ultrasound click HERE.

God bless, Tim & Cindy Donovan Pro Life Chair Couple                                                

Michigan State Council Knights of Columbus