TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW)-- Two men with a cause made their way into the capital city Thursday after walking all the way from Atlantic City, but they're not done yet.
We were excited to host our 1st annual Gold Star Family picnic in Colorado on Sunday, June 5, 2016 at Clement Park. We had close to 65 military children and families attending. This is one of our favorite programs. It is an honor to bring surviving families together so they can continue to heal and be with each other.
A military nonprofit embarked on the Route for the Brave, a 3,091-mile walk across America this week, stopping in Baltimore on Tuesday.
The organization, Helping Hands for Freedom, is raising funds for the construction of a house of healing and a post-traumatic stress disorder center for military families.
David Roth is about to embark on a cross-country trip to raise money for Helping Hands for Freedom. Find out more about the 3,000-plus mile walk.
Posted: Wednesday, April 27, 2016 12:13 pm
By MICHAEL MILLER, Staff Writer
To raise money for veterans, a math teacher and a police officer from Indianapolis plan to take a walk tomorrow in Atlantic City – a long walk.
The two plan to travel 3,091 miles from America's Playground to San Francisco, a journey that is expected to take more than four months.