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"Mary's ultrasound" billboards expand to Milwaukee and Green Bay

For Immediate Release
December 15, 2010
Contact: Peggy Hamill, State Director, (262) 796-1111, cell (414) 416-0489


Mary’s ultrasound billboard campaign continues

in Milwaukee and Green Bay


Due to the overwhelming popularity of the “Mary’s ultrasound” billboards in La Crosse, Pro-Life
Wisconsin has expanded the effort to include two billboards in the city of Milwaukee and one on
Highway 41 in Green Bay with the identical image. The billboards were posted earlier this week. 

“As we prepare to welcome Baby Jesus into our hearts and our homes, these billboards are a
wonderful opportunity to emphasize the humanity of the preborn,” said Peggy Hamill, state director
of Pro-Life Wisconsin. “La Crosse was the first location in the United States to display this image
in a large-media format, and we are thrilled to bring the joyful message of Christmas to other parts
of Wisconsin as well.”

The billboards feature an ultrasound image of Baby Jesus, with a halo and the words “He’s on His
way… Christmas starts with Christ.”

The first Milwaukee billboard is located at the intersection of Capitol Drive and 34th Street, and the
second is located at the intersection of Good Hope Road and 60th Street. Click here to view the

The Green Bay billboard is located on Highway 41, south of Green Bay, facing northbound traffic.
To see the billboard on a map, click here.

“We would like to especially recognize 40 Days for Life of Green Bay. Due to their invaluable
assistance, the Green Bay billboard was made possible,” said Peggy Hamill, state director of
Pro-Life Wisconsin. 

The image on the billboards placed by Pro-Life Wisconsin is compliments of ChurchAds
, a Christian nonprofit in England, dedicated to the idea of keeping Christ in

We encourage people to download the image and distribute it at schools, parishes and
anywhere else that would benefit from seeing the joyful preborn Baby Jesus.

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