Local veteran joins the Memorial Day march to Dallas in honor of fallen friends

SAN ANGELO, TX (KWES) – Remembering friends and family, one Midland native and Navy veteran is joining Carry the Load on their march to Dallas.

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Carry the Load Cross-Country Relay for Memorial Day

A two-day Memorial Day event will be held upon the group’s arrival in Dallas.

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“Carry the Load” bus makes stop on Central Coast

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Carry the Load, a nonprofit that raises money for causes that support the nation’s military, law enforcement and other first responders, made a stop on the Central Coast Saturday.

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Carry the Load: A 22 Mile Walk for Memorial Day

WESTFIELD, Ind.–Last year on Memorial Day, Ronald Russell carried a 44 lb. backpack on a 22 mile walk. He did it not only to honor veterans, police officers and firefighters, but to experience a bit of the pain those people have gone through. He’s doing it again this year, and he’s inviting you along.

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Carry The Load to come through Dunlap Thursday afternoon

Carry the Load is coming through Dunlap Thursday, May 17, on its way to Dallas, Tex.

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Ernest Hooper: Carrying the load for those who carry it for us, as troops and first responders

Carry the load. The three simple words can mean so much.

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Group Marches Through Charlottesville to Highlight True Meaning of Memorial Day

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – A group that travels the country to raise money and awareness for those who serve their communities and their country marched through Charlottesville on Tuesday, May 8.

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Carry The Load Once Again Marches Through Area

A convoy of walkers from Carry The Load came through Lower Bucks County last Thursday.

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‘Carry the Load’ honors veterans

MINNEAPOLIS – On Sunday May 6 ‘Carry the Load’ invites people to join them at Gold Medal Pak at 11:45 a.m. where they will lead a march three miles Able Brewery.

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Houston is Carrying The Load

Help us Carry The Load on Sunday, May 20. We will meet at Combined Arms downtown at 6 p.m. and walk to Minute Maid Park as we remember those we have lost in the Armed Forces.

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