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Making Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's April 16 visit to Evansville come off without a hitch isn't just a question of who gets to pick her up at the airport.
For the small band of local residents tasked with handling the details of Vanderburgh County Right to Life's annual Spring Banquet at The Centre, it's about such mundane but essential tasks as drilling 2,200 holes into blocks of wood.
After all, you can't have displays for 218 tables without a way to hold up all those red, white and blue dowels.
"My neighbors are all laughing at me because I'm always painting the dowel rods in my driveway," said Right to Life supporter Brenda Walters, whose sons, 5 and 12, have pitched in.
Walters' other assignments include chairing a poster contest for elementary school students that produced 165 artworks for the banquet.
"Some of the little details may seem not so important, but when all the pieces of the puzzle fit together, that's when you can make the biggest impact," Walters said.
"You do this because you're trying to touch people's hearts."
For the past few months, about a dozen Right to Life supporters have been gathering — at first monthly, then bi-weekly and now weekly — to plot out the tasks necessary to pull off the 6 p.m. banquet and associated events.
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