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Attendees experience change at March for Life

11:53 AM, Feb. 15, 2013
Columbus faculty member Mandy Volkman, center, traveled with Tori Schlagenhaft, left, and Antoinette Kaiser to Washington, D.C., to participate in the March for Life. Tori is holding a stillborn baby casket, which was made in Marshfield by the Gifts of Love apostolate.
Columbus faculty member Mandy Volkman, center, traveled with Tori Schlagenhaft, left, and Antoinette Kaiser to Washington, D.C., to participate in the March for Life. Tori is holding a stillborn baby casket, which was made in Marshfield by the Gifts of Love apostolate.
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Some have changed, some will change, but all are changing. This summarizes the recent experiences from a group of 48 from Marshfield who traveled to participate in one of the largest annual Marches held in Washington, D.C.

"I'm not the same person I was before. The old me did not come back," was the reaction of Kate Behslich, 25, of Marshfield. She, like many who attend the annual March for Life, want to bring about change. But often the biggest change that occurs is to the individuals themselves.

Tori Schlagenhaft, 18, of Marshfield said, "My parents have even commented that they can see I've ...

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