Run for the Wall

On Sunday, a group of approximately 300 military veterans on motorcycles made their way into Forrest City as part of the Run for the Wall rally. Riders came into Forrest City off Interstate 40, enjoyed a meal at Ridgewood Baptist Church and stayed the night before heading back on their way to Washington, D.C., this morning. Above, the Forrest City Fire Department displays a large American flag to welcome the riders as they come off the interstate. At right, riders wave as they make their way to Ridgewood Baptist Church. See more photos on Page 8 of today’s Times-Herald. Photos by Caleb Talley

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