Miss Bellevue to speak about pro-life platform

She’ll be at the Enumclaw library on March 5.

Miss Bellevue 2020, Elizabeth Kim. Courtesy photo

Miss Bellevue 2020, Elizabeth Kim. Courtesy photo

A local pro-life group is teaming up with Miss Bellevue to talk about abortion.

Miss America competitor Elizabeth Kim will be meeting with Human Life of Enumclaw and members of the public at the Enumclaw library on Thursday, March 5, at 5:30 p.m.

Human Life of Enumclaw is a recently revamped group that aims to promote human life and educate people about abortion alternatives, like adoption.

For more information about the group, contact Mark Akers at 253-508-2559.


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