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Updated: 02/07/2018 10:08:02AM

Pre-natal care returns to Bartow

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PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Options for Women Executive Director laughs as she cut the ribbon just a little too soon Monday at the Church Service Center's grand opening of the clinic. Helping her cut the ribbon, from left, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam, CSC Executive Director Rusty Music, A-C-T Environmental president and owner Rob Kincart and Church Service Center board member Brian Hinton.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Already with two appointments on Monday, the sign that an Options for Women clinic is at the Church Service Center is on the wall. Bowing their heads in prayer at the grand opening are, from left, Options for Women Executive Director Marilyn Paul, Jennifer Judge, Donna Delf, CSC Executive Director Rusty Music, Mary Ann Harrell and Rob Patrick.

PHOTO BY JEFF ROSLOW

Republican gubernatorial candidate Adam Putnam speaks to the crowd of about 60 people Monday at the grand opening of the Options for Women clinic at the Church Service Center in Bartow. On the side is Options Executive Director Marilyn Paul and Church Service Center Executive Director Rusty Music.

By JEFF ROSLOW

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BARTOW – On Monday, Adam Putnam told a crowd of about 60 people why he decided to make his home in Bartow, though he spends most of his time in the state capital in Tallahassee.

“I am proud of our community for paving the values. This is a logical extension of faith in action,” he said at the grand opening of Options for Women at the Church Service Center. “That’s why we’re raising our family here. The profound effect on people’s lives is incalculable, and Options for Women will change their lives for the better.”

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