Veterans Walk in Solidarity will join with The Arkansas Veterans Network, Inc. June 22, 2019 2PM-4PM at the University of Central Arkansas-Downtown, Conway, Arkansas.
Little Rock, Arkansas— Monday, November 26, 2018 — Veterans Walk in Solidarity announced that Veterans Walk in Solidarity will come to Waldron, Arkansas, December 1, 2018, 1 pm – 7 pm for a massive Walk in Solidarity and support for fellow veteran Fred Potter,
Fred Potter is a 88 year old Korean War Veteran who served in the Army and Marines. He has recently been seen on various TV outlets, Newspaper, YouTude, Facebook, Twitter, and other news media platforms.
The Walking Veteran, Thomas Hudson, visited officials in Waldron, Arkansas to make arraignments for the upcoming Veterans Walk in Solidarity to be held December 1, 2018 in Waldron.
The Veterans Walk in Solidarity is returning to Waldron in support of Fred Potter who is a 88 year old Korean Marine and Army veteran. More information about Fred Potter can be learned at JusticeForFredPotter.com.
Veterans Walk in Solidarity has announced that they will be hosting a Walk in Solidarity, December 1, 2018, in Waldron, Arkansas.
The theme will be “Star of Love and Hope” The star represents our love and hope for veterans, their families and all active military deployed during the holidays.
Alice Sue Davis, the exceutive corrdinator of Veterans Walk in Solidarity, anounced in a press conference that the excutive board had approved the event and the agenda.
Little Rock, Arkansas— Monday, June 25, 2018 — Veterans Walk in Solidarity announced that Veterans Walk in Solidarity will come to Little Rock, Arkansas, August 4, 2018, 10am to 3pm for a massive Walk in Solidarity.
The walk will begin at 10am beginning at S. Ringo Street and W. Capitol ST. and proceed to the Arkansas State Capitol.
In the Capitol Rotunda will be a Veterans Fair with Representatives from various Organizations including the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Solidarity Meet will start at 12 noon on the front capitol steps with the presentation of the Color Guards, National Anthem, and pledge of allegiance, and prayer. Special guest speakers including mayors, state government officials, and others will be present to speak. Special entertainment will also be included. Fred Potter, from Alma, Arkansas, is the Special Guest of Honor. Fred Potter is a 88 year old Korean War Veteran who served in the Marine and Army. Fred, once a multimillionaire, is the veteran who has endured substantial harm in a trust dispute and the actions of a tyrant Judge in Waldron, Arkansas. This case has received great news media coverage.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says “the welcome mat is out” for servicemembers and veterans and their families.
WALDRON — A recent court decision regarding an Arkansas military veteran drew fellow veterans to the streets of Waldron on Sunday.
Fred Potter, an 88-year-old Korean War veteran, was arrested on May 18 for contempt of court following a court order to return all of his belongings to Waldron. His arrest, which some say was unjustified, prompted fellow U.S. military veterans to walk through downtown Waldron in solidarity on Sunday afternoon.