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 A day to remember those

who were lost,

who are struggling,

and who are in recovery!


144 people die in our country each day from a drug overdose.

A son. A daughter. A sister. A brother. A mother. A father.

A community member.

Too many people are suffering in silence because they lost a loved one!

So many are struggling alone because of the stigma! 

It’s time to support every member of our community! 

Overdose does not discriminate – it can happen to anyone!

Join us for a memorial walk and flower release on August 19th

@ Lakeview Pavillion, Old Settler’s Park.


The event is free and open to all!

Registration is encouraged to help us to better organize this event.

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Let’s raise awareness about the problem to prevent more deaths in Williamson County.

Let’s support the ones in recovery!

Let’s reduce the stigma of a drug-related death!

Our speakers:

Terry Cook, Williamson County Commissioner Precinct 1

Robert Chody, Williamson County Sheriff

Mark Kinzly,  Texas Overdose Naloxone Initiative

Dr. Lucas Hill, Operation Naloxone

Michael Dadashi, Infinite Recovery

Donna Connell,  ‘Mother on a Mission’

Prayer by Pastor Nancy Reeves, Grace Presbyterian Church


Thanks to our sponsors and supporters:

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