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Pregnancy Life Line's 20th anniversary banquet spread across five locations

Pregnancy Life Line (PLL) celebrated their 20th anniversary this month at their annual Babies, Bluegrass and BBQ fundraising banquet. The banquet featured local bluegrass band, Fly by Night, as well as moving testimonies from past and current PLL clients whose lives have been impacted by the organization. PLL’s founders, Ed and Shirley Mullen, also spoke about the early days of PLL and why they felt called to serve the Stone County community.


  • More than 520 people gathered to celebrate this milestone.

  • Due to so many attendees, the banquet was spread across five locations: one main banquet and four satellite banquets (all of which enjoyed the same meal from The Fillin’ Station and viewed the band and speakers via livestream).

  • The main banquet was at First Baptist Church of Kimberling City. The satellite banquets were hosted at Edgewater Community Church in Cape Fair, First Christian Church in Kimberling City, New Testament Christian Church in Reeds Spring, and Our Lady of the Cove Catholic Church in Kimberling City.

  • “The outpouring of generosity from this community over the last 20 years has been extraordinary. We are so blessed to be part of it.” Sherry Long, Administrator

  • “The testimonies from our clients are always very’s amazing to hear their stories and see how PLL has transformed their lives.” Barbara Garlich, Board Member and Director of Community Relations


PLL is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to serving Southwest Missouri. Since opening their doors in 2004, they have served more than 1,500 individuals with prenatal and parenting education. PLL’s services are offered at no cost to their clients as they are supported by generous donations from Stone County (and surrounding) residents and businesses.

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