Pete and Jane Korte, shake the hand of the Relevant Pregnancy Options Center board president Paul Dunker and executive director, Tricia Blasdel. The Korte’s have provided the center with the two lots needed to build their new building. The organization has been working expand their facility, and Blasdel said the lots were the deciding factor in their affordable construction.
Pete and Jane Korte, shake the hand of the Relevant Pregnancy Options Center board president Paul Dunker and executive director, Tricia Blasdel. The Korte’s have provided the center with the two lots needed to build their new building. The organization has been working expand their facility, and Blasdel said the lots were the deciding factor in their affordable construction. Courtesy photo
Pete and Jane Korte, shake the hand of the Relevant Pregnancy Options Center board president Paul Dunker and executive director, Tricia Blasdel. The Korte’s have provided the center with the two lots needed to build their new building. The organization has been working expand their facility, and Blasdel said the lots were the deciding factor in their affordable construction. Courtesy photo

Land donated for new pregnancy options center in Highland

March 09, 2017 09:43 AM

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