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Cross-country walkers taking steps to help vets with PTSD
Posted June 20, 2016
By Sue Loughlin | Tribune-Star
Two men trek cross country to help veterans
Posted June 20, 2016
Stan Polanski Daily News Jun 2, 2016

Two men in the midst of a cross-country trek to raise money for veterans and their families stopped in Effingham this week.

"The support that we've had is incredible," said David Roth, one of those journeymen, while getting lunch at the Gabby Goat in Effingham Thursday.

Man walking across America in support of veterans
Posted June 20, 2016

A police officer and a middle school math teacher are walking across America in support of the men and women of the military.

David Roth and Kevin Winton are on a 3,000-mile journey from Atlantic City to San Francisco, and on Monday he was in the St. Louis area.

 Cross-country walkers taking steps to help vets with PTSD
Posted June 20, 2016

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — David Roth and Kevin Winton are committed to a cause.

Walk for the Brave across America
Posted June 20, 2016

HEBRON – Helping Hands For Freedom, a military non-profit, has embarked on a 3,091-mile walk across America.

Route for the Brave walkers advocating for veterans, families
Posted June 20, 2016

By Nicole Cooke - ncooke@civitasmedia.com

The American Legion Post 642 in Sedalia served dinner to some special guests Friday evening who are advocating for veterans and their families.

Route for the Brave stops at Lemay VFW
Posted June 20, 2016

June 15, 2016 - A teacher and a police officer walking across the country to raise money for veterans visited Lemay last week as they neared the midpoint of the 3,092-mile, five-month "Route for the Brave."