Rockcastle River Right to Life

Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Email Alerts

Please join us in helping promote a culture of life in your community, state, and nation. If you are not already on our email list, please contact us at to stay informed about right to life issues and receive occasional alerts about current developments. It's free, and your participation is priceless!

Monday, January 28, 2008


Earn a penny for this organization each time you search the internet!

Monday, December 03, 2007

Election 2007

In addition to the individual efforts of our members in voting and making phone calls for pro-life candidates, we produced the following radio ad which was aired on WYGE 92.3FM in London.

"This is Jessica [F...], President of Rockcastle River Right to Life. Some choices are clear, like the choice between the right to life and the injustice of abortion. Another clear choice is the Kentucky Right to Life Political Action Committee’s endorsement of Ernie Fletcher because of his solid pro-life record. His opponent ignored our questionnaire, letting his pro-abortion record speak for itself. Likewise, Stan Lee is the only pro-life candidate for Attorney General. Choose life, and choose pro-life candidates on Tuesday November 6th. Paid for by Kentucky Right to Life Political Action Committee."

To borrow from Governor Fletcher's concession speech, we let our lights shine, and this election didn't snuff it out. Let's keep on shining...

October 2007

Vicky F. and I shared an information booth at Somerset Community College in London. Michael and I attended Madison County RTL's banquet. Michael and I also attended the KRLA state conference, where we thoroughly enjoyed a great line-up of guest speakers. Make plans now to attend next year's conference!

Lights, Camera, Action!

In June I had the opportunity to write an article for the Laurel County Life Center's newsletter. I also appeared with LCLC Director Vicky F. as a guest on a pro-life television show in Hindman. The booth at the annual meeting met with a few contacts and a lot of rain!

Thursday, June 07, 2007

Jackson Energy Annual Meeting

Our next event will be an information booth at Jackson Energy's annual meeting on Friday June 29th. I encourage everyone to help out with the booth and enjoy the fireworks afterwards! If you can't attend this event, you can still help us build a strong contact list so we can better publicize future events and legislative alerts.


On the Saturday before Memorial Day, we had a bake sale at the London Wal-Mart. In addition to raising money to pay for our new sign, fair booth tent, etc., we recruited several new members and added to our contact list. Thanks to everyone who helped make our first fundraiser a success, and welcome to our new friends!

Winter/Spring 2007

We're thankful for many blessings, including a great new meeting site: the conference room at Jackson Energy. In January, we reminded churches and schools of the Roe v. Wade anniversary. Some high school teachers incorporated discussions/assignments concerning abortion into their lesson plans. In February, Tara and Jessica attended the Rally for Life at the capitol in Frankfort. The crowd filling the rotunda was inspired by a great line-up of speakers, including Governor Fletcher. In April, some of our members helped out with the Laurel County Life Center's annual Walk for Life.

Wednesday, January 10, 2007


President: Jessica M.
Secretary/Treasurer: Cristy F.


Article 1: NAME
As set forth in the Articles of Incorporation, the name of this non-profit organization shall be Rockcastle River Right to Life.
Article 2: PURPOSE
The purpose for which the corporation is organized is to advocate through education and legislation respect for and protection of human life from the moment of conception against threats such as abortion and euthanasia. Since we believe life begins at conception, our definition of “abortion” includes its early forms, such as embryonic stem cell research and “contraceptives” with abortifacient potential. This organization shall strive to promote the pro-life cause with integrity and compassion while avoiding activities that members deem offensive. Potentially divisive activities and symbols of a religious nature shall not be introduced except by unanimous consent.

Monday, October 23, 2006

Our First Fair Booth

During Labor Day weekend, we had an information booth at the Jackson County Fair and Homecoming. We enjoyed giving out free pro-life literature, speaking with many supportive neighbors, and collecting petition signatures against embryonic stem cell research. Special thanks to Steve, Regina, Tara, Stephen, Cristy, Sandy, and Sandra for helping make this event a success! Cristy, Tara, and I attended a KRLA training seminar in October, where we got lots of ideas for future events. Stay tuned!


Rockcastle River Right to Life began in 2006 when pro-life citizens of Laurel and Jackson Counties organized a local affiliate of the Kentucky Right to Life Association. We are a non-profit corporation the purpose of which is "to advocate through education and legislation respect for and protection of human life from the moment of conception against threats such as abortion and euthanasia." If you are interested in learning more about our organization, please contact the President (me) with the following email address: . You can also visit the KRLA web site at .