27th annual Chain of Life stretches across Beaufort

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Some of the 200 participants in the 27th annual Life Chain stand in silent protest along Boundary Street in front of Beaufort City Hall.

Photo above: Sunday’s 27th annual Life Chain silent protest stretched along Boundary Street from Palmetto Street to Marsh Road. Photos by Bob Sofaly.

About 200 people showed up for the 27th annual Chain of Life on Sunday, Oct. 28, along Boundary Street  in front of Beaufort City Hall between Marsh Road and Palmetto Street. Event organizer Theresa Pulliam said, according to the National Right To Life statistics, one in four pregnancies in the U.S. ends in termination. 

“That’s more than 61 million babies aborted since Roe vs. Wade in 1973,” she said. 

Sunday’s hour-long event was silent with just a few counter-protestors.

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