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Veterans leave on 92-mile hike to raise awareness for veteran suicide

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COMSTOCK PARK, Mich. - A handful of veterans stepped off on a 92-mile hike Thursday morning to raise awareness for veteran suicide.

The group left Dwight Lydell Park in Comstock Park at about 8:30am on the White Pine Trail.  They plan on arriving on Sunday in Cadillac, Michigan, 92 miles away.  They'll be staying overnight at Howard City, Big Rapids, and Tustin.

The group is raising money for "Help for Our Disabled Troops".  You can help at this link.


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  • Common Cents

    The best way to prevent veteran suicides is by preventing people from signing up to fight for the parasitic ruling class that calls itself “government.” Teach people the truth about what the military does and nobody with a good heart would join.

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