LITTLE ROCK, AR-- Closing ceremonies are held Sunday for the Arkansas Run for the Fallen Soldier.
Throughout the weekend, runners completed a 130 mile run to honor every
"It just shows families people still care. We are still out here fighting for our soldiers and honoring them. It's been a blessing.," said Sam Swindle, whose brother died while serving.
Planners say the event symbolizes courage for those hoping to move forward,despite losing a loved one fighting for our country.
"Those are the people that have fought for our country and fought for our nation . I am blessed to be the mother of one and very blessed to have so many in our state," said Elizabeth Newlun, whose son was killed.