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DALLAS, TX – Families and children of all ages are invited to Council for Life’s second annual Family Fun for Life on May 5, 2024. This free event will be held at the SMU Armstrong Fieldhouse and will bring the community together for a joyful celebration of Life brimming with laughter, music, food and an array of entertaining activities.

The afternoon will be packed with excitement, featuring a variety of entertainment options catering to everyone’s interests. From navigating through a giant obstacle course to getting creative with face painting and balloon art, bouncing around in inflatable houses, testing football skills at target games, enjoying a round of putt-putt and dancing along to The Dad Band – there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Council for Life extends a special note of gratitude to the esteemed Honorary Chairs, SMU Head Football Coach Rhett Lashlee, and his wife Lauren, for their invaluable support.

 “Last year we were excited and touched to see families spending time together, playing games and supporting Council for Life’s life-affirming mission,” said CFL’s Executive Director, Lee Anne Morris. “We are so thrilled to host this event again.”

The success of Family Fun for Life would not be possible without the generous support of individual and corporate sponsors. Family Fun for Life Co-Chairs Ready Bateman, Becky Cullum and Barbara Durham extend their deepest appreciation to all who have contributed to making this event a resounding success for Life!

More information and registration are available at councilforlife.org/events.

About Council for Life

Council for Life (CFL) exists to empower women, men and youth to make life-affirming choices. Motivated by Christ-like love and responsive compassion, CFL is committed to raising awareness of the complex issues that surround unplanned pregnancies and to providing financial support to agencies that share their mission. Since 2001, Council for Life has raised more than $14 million to fund over 70 agencies in the Dallas/Fort Worth area with life-affirming missions relating to the complex issues surrounding unplanned pregnancies. Learn more at councilforlife.org.

 

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