By Meredith Raney
Published August 14, 1999
First location in Brevard county:
WomanCare of Melbourne, 6983 N Wickham Rd, Melbourne, FL 32940
Last location in Brevard county:
WomanCare of Cocoa, 412 High Point Dr., Cocoa, FL 32926
Also known as:
Suntree Plaza Back Alley Killing Center
The red building is Suntree Plaza Back Alley Killing Center.
Aware Woman sold to WomanCare
New owner moves abortion clinic on August 14, 1999 to exclusive golf and tennis club community called Suntree.
The nationally known Aware Woman abortion clinic has been sold and the name changed to WomanCare of Melbourne. As of 7/8/00 there is still no sign identifying the business so, for simplicity, it will be called the Suntree Plaza Back Alley Killing Center.
Roe vs. Wade was supposed to get rid of all the back alley abortion clinics, but maybe not. This one certainly doesn’t seem to want anyone to know that they are back there. CLICK HERE to listen to 911 call made June 3, 2000.
News from the Florida Pro-life Network.
The Suntree Plaza Back Alley Killing Center as viewed from the west entrance off of Wickham Road. Note the proximity of the Kids Cottage Consignment Shop and the Beanie Baby store, Kelley’s Collectibles. The killing center is the building on the left side of the picture where multiple cars are parked.
|Well, maybe they do have a sign after all.|
|Exposing the evil of abortion to traffic on Wickham Road|
|The Suntree Plaza Back Alley Killing Center viewed from the south entrance off St. Andrews Blvd. Pro-life counselors offer help and referral information to the moms as they go in to have their babies killed. The killing center is the white building in the background.|
|The main Suntree Plaza sign. has nothing to indicate that there is a child-killing center in the back corner (back alley) of the plaza.|
- Abortions down in Brevard, up in Florida
- Clinic worker violates FACE - report made to FBI
- Longtime clinic owner bows out
- Women's clinic moves to Suntree, 8/15/1999
- Pro-life activists get wet welcome
- Pro-lifers ordered out of eatery
- Ralph Bundy, The Abortion Clinic Doctor
- Clinic owner violates FACE, 11/6/1999
- Letter to FBI - 12/4/99
- More FACE violations by Brevard County Sheriff's Deputies
- Taxpayers pay for security fence at abortion clinic
- Abortion clinic's low profile contrasts with past conflicts
- Keep pro-lifers away at any cost!
- 911 Call to WomanCare Abortion Clinic in Melbourne, Florida
- WomanCare kicked out of plaza, 6/6/2000
- Clinic has support despite losing lease
- Ensure that abortion is available in Brevard, 6/12/2000
- Brevard needs to support operation of women's clinic
- Abortion clinic gave only one side, 6/14/2000
- Grandma should be charged with FACE
- Woman's clinic moves to north of Cocoa, 8/23/2000
- Marketing the abortion industry
- Action limits abortion options
- Brevard County's 211 Hotline promotes abortion
- Central East - Orlando - WomanCare of Orlando
- Central East - Daytona Beach - WomanCare of Daytona Beach
- Sobieski, Tammy (owner) – Orlando, Daytona
- Residential Pickets - OSA Orlando Recap (Part 3)
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