Group Leaves for Six-Day Atlanta to Washington, D.C., Run to Raise Funds for SHARE Military Initiative
A group of eight Marines, one sailor and one civilian -- dubbed Shepherd's Men -- left from Shepherd Center on May 19 to run 687 miles in six days. They are running from Atlanta to Washington, D.C., to raise money and awareness for Shepherd Center's SHARE Military Initiative. Read more about their trek by clicking here.
Also, you can read more about Shepherd's Men at their website at www.shepherdsmen.com and follow their progress on Twitter: @ShepherdsMen.
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