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The Walking Veteran visits Waldron Officials

November 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

 

The Walking Veteran and Sherry Johnston, City Clerk and Treasurer

The Walking Veteran and Sherry Johnston, City Clerk and Treasurer

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.

The event will begin at 1pm with a Solidarity Reunion at the Waldron High School Auditorium.  Hudson stated that “the reunion is about united our veterans in the spirit of solidarity reminding them that with our differences we are all brothers and sisters that served our country that we love with our heart, soul, and mind.”

The Walking Veteran and Daniel Fielding, Superintendent

The Walking Veteran and Daniel Fielding, Superintendent

Special awards from the governor and the secretary of state will be presented along with special performances.  The reunion will also include the premier of the documentary:

“Justice For Fred Potter, The Story”

After the reunion the cerimonial Walk in Solidarity will leave the high school and continue to US Highway 71 and return back to the high school.  The route will include the passing of the Fred Potter estate which was taken away by court order due to a corruption scheme.

The Veterans Walk in Solidarity and the Recognizing Goodness in Youth non-profit organization (RGIY.org), created by veterans and families, with participate in the City of Waldron Christmas parade at 6pm.

Tammy Moore Teague

Veterans Walk in Solidarity has also announced that the Resident Press is the official news source for the event.  When Tammy Moore Teague of the Resident Press comes to you please proudly let her know what service that you serve in and that you stand in solidarity for Fred Potter.

Resident Press

While in Waldron, Veterans Walk in Solidarity is encouraging everyone to enjoy a “Must Dine at” resturant known as the Rock Cafe.  Representatives from the Veterans Walk in Solidarity to eat, visit and to evluate the cafe and is proud to announce that the Rock Cafe is the official dine-in place to eat for the Veterans Walk in Solidarity.  While enjoying great southern cooking and hospitatity let June Haas know that you are there for the Veterans Walk in Solidarity.

Rock Cafe 355 S Main St Waldron, Arkansas 72958 (479) 637-2975

Rock Cafe, 355 S Main St, Waldron, Arkansas 72958  (479) 637-2975


Veterans Walk in Solidarity, Star of Love and Hope