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May 4, 2013- Decatur, IL-Former Illinois House Representative and local pharmacist, Ron Stephens is teaming up with Dale’s Southlake Pharmacy again to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. Dale’s 2nd Annual Warrior Walk will be held on Saturday, May 25th, and all proceeds will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. The Wounded Warrior Project raises public awareness about the needs of injured service members, helps injured service men and women aid and assist each other, and provides unique, direct programs and services to help meet their needs.
In honor of Memorial Day and our Wounded Warriors, Dale’s Southlake Pharmacy will be collecting donations at their store at 245 W 1st Dr in South Shores,
during the month of May. Ron’s journey will be a little different for the 2nd Annual Warrior Walk. Ron will kick-off his walk from Dale’s Southlake Pharmacy on May 25th at 12pm, and head towards St. Louis, MO to the site of the proposed Veterans Memorial Bridge. “Ron has agreed to walk a mile for every $100 we raise”, says Dale Colee, the store’s owner. “Please join us on May 25th at Dale’s to wish Ron good luck!”
Pharmacist Stephens served in the US Army during the war in Vietnam. In 1970, he was wounded while leading a patrol in the Central Highlands. ”I’m grateful for everything that was done for me”, says Stephens. “But, after 18 months of recovery and several surgeries, the Army pretty much just sent me home to my wife and infant daughter and said, “Good luck”. “I had suffered a traumatic brain injury and didn’t even know what PTSD was, although, I would prove to be a classic case.” “Today’s wounded warriors and their families deserve better!”
Erica Colee, the pharmacist who helped spark this idea at Dale’s, said, ‘When we brought this event to Dale’s last year, the community helped us raise almost $13,000 in donations. I can’t wait to see what our 2nd Annual Warrior Walk can do to help our veterans.”
Please help us give back to the men and women that have been injured while serving our country this Memorial Day. All proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. The Wounded Warrior Project is a tax-exempt 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization.