Motorcycle club plans to roll out for homeless veterans


By Gabrielle Dawkins

The VA 2K Walk and Roll is more than a bunch of bikers riding down the street. The purpose is to raise money for veterans who need a little assistance getting on their own two feet.

Gabrielle Dawkins talks to a veteran who was in and out of homeless for two decades and is now seeking help.

“I ran across a brother veteran and he says, ’Hey man, you need to get some help.’ and I was like ‘Dude, I don’t know where to go,’ and he said, “You need to go to the VA,’” said Moore.

Thessius Moore, an Army veteran who has military men in his family dating back to the Revolutionary War, says it was tough to transition into the civilian world.

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