Mar 20, 2017 12:38 PM

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.

READ: Hundreds attend 'Walk to STOP Heroin' in Nashua

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.

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