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#WalkTheBridge 12/22/2022 Cold, But Committed!

Updated: Jan 2

Rockwall/Rowlett, Texas

"Very emotional night on Heroes Memorial Bridge as around 40 people turned out to Honor the Life and Service of Lt. Chris Carker. Officers from Garland & Wylie P.D. Lt. Carkers Family, Susie Helms, widow of Rowlett Sgt. Guy Helms, The Marine Corps League, James A. Randolph Detachment, Members of the Southern Dawgs 286 LE FF MC Lonestar / Unforgiven Chapters, Selmo from TWMC, and others all made the effort and not the excuse, braving the extremely cold weather to Honor Lt. Carker and help raise awareness about the Mental Health Wellness of our Veterans and First Responders." From "12" Brian Wilburn



Fort Worth, Texas

"Thank you to the brothers of Invictus and Doomstrikers LEMCs for your continuous support in the Mission of #WalkTheBridge

Tonight it was minus 4 with the windchill here in Fort Worth Texas and you all made the Effort and not the Excuse to help raise awareness for our First Responders and Veteran Communities to help Smash the Mental Health Stigma.

You are not alone.. these men proved it tonight.." From "Sideshow" John Salerno


Chicagoland

"YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

#walkthebridge is raising awareness of the Mental Health issues plaguing our First Responder and Military communities. This Nation is losing their Heros at a staggering rate - approx. 47 a day.

CHICAGO PD has lost over 12 LEO in 2022!

START TALKING ABOUT IT! IT IS OK TO NOT BE OK, IT ISN'T OK TO SUFFER ALONE." From Rebeca Sn (Valkyrie)


Billings Montana

Not a bad turnout for December #WalkTheBridge! We had to move indoors this month as the temperature was -31! Thank you all who came!



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