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Paul and Janette Sena wandered into Hope Pregnancy Center looking for a car seat for their son. What they got, Paul said, was so much more.
"We've been blessed by the Hope Pregnancy Center," Paul said, during the center's annual fundraising banquet Friday at the White Rock Baptist Church.
Paul explained he wanted to be a better father than his own father had been , but he had no idea where to turn to for guidance and help. "I knew what I wanted," he said. "I just didn't know how I was going to get it."
Hope Pregnancy showed him and his wife the way, Paul said. It provided them with the right answers to their questions. "Everything you do is a blessing," he said.
To continue helping families like the Senas, the center personnel need a helping hand themselves.
It's been a rough year for the pregnancy center, executive director Sarah Taylor said. For a period, the center was operating without a lead administrator, the number volunteers decreased and client numbers dropped, too - Taylor said last year, the center served 110 people, this year, it was 59.
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