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St. Victor students raise money for Pregnancy Center

MONROE — In honor of Respect Life Month, the students of St. Victor School in Monroe held a Baby Bottle Campaign to benefit the Care Net Pregnancy Center of Green County.

Each student took a baby bottle home and asked family and friends to put their spare change in their bottle during Respect Life Month. At the end of the month, the baby bottles were returned to the school and then the Pregnancy Center.

Pregnancy Center Executive Director Anna Anderson said she was very touched by the number of students and families who participated and the amount that was raised. The students raised over $811 for the Pregnancy Center.  

Anderson would like to extend her sincere appreciation to Principal Joe Peters, his staff, the students, and their families for participating in this fundraiser.  

The Care Net Pregnancy Center of Green County is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization that provides compassionate, non-judgmental services to women and men facing a pregnancy decision. We offer help, hope, and healing through education and ongoing support. For more information about the Pregnancy Center call 608-325-5051 or email