Despite the hot temperatures, thousands met the challenge again to honor the heroes who Memorial Day is for.
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.
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.
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.
Two Dallas firefighters were among the marchers.
The goal of this national event is to bring the community together in support for the military and first responders.
Supporters of veterans and law enforcement are on a cross-country journey. They’re walking from Seattle, all the way to Dallas Texas!
Seattle to Dallas is the west coast leg of this march to remember lost veterans.
Lou Laskey, a volunteer with veterans organization Carry The Load, stops by to discuss Memorial Day and the good work CarryTheLoad.Org does in recognizing veterans and military familes for their sacrifice.
Carry the Load’s West Coast relay begins Thursday morning, with a march and bike ride starting in Seattle and ending in Dallas on Memorial Day weekend.