Education Foundation Assistant Marcos Sanchez welcomed guests to our booth at the Woodburn Fiesta Mexicana from August 3 to 5, 2018. This is Oregon Right to Life’s second year at the festival, visited by 26,000 members of the local Hispanic community.
Dressed in their traditional garments, two young ladies posed while admiring the Touch of Life soft baby educational model set during their visit to the Oregon Right to Life Education booth at the 2018 Woodburn Fiesta Mexicana.
A Linn County Fair right-to-life volunteer hands Touch of Life baby models to children while their father signs the pro-life petition nearby. There were ORTLEF booths at nearly 30 fairs and festivals around the state this summer. Attendance estimates indicate that close to 1 million people had the opportunity to see our life-saving displays.
During the Linn County Fair, from July 18 to 21, a right-to-life volunteer explained fetal models and the humanity of the unborn baby as she spoke with a group of teenagers visiting the booth.
A young fair visitor spent extensive time coloring her drawing of an unborn baby while her mother spent time looking at the Oregon Right to Life Oregon State Fair booth on the last day of August 2018. In a typical year, the Oregon State Fair welcomed 265,000 visitors, sending thousands to our pro-life booth.