Hundreds expected to attend NH city's 3rd annual 'Walk to STOP Heroin'
NASHUA — The Gate City is scheduled to hold it's third annual Walk to Stop Heroin.
Hundreds of people are preparing to gather in Nashua to walk for a good cause. The walk, hosted by Awareness Is Healing, is meant to shine light on the on-going heroin epidemic and to help those who may be suffering from it.
Last year's walk brought in nearly 800 supporters.
The walk is scheduled to begin at 12 p.m. Saturday at Greeley Park. It is set to conclude around 2 p.m. as supporters make their way to Main Street.