SMITHVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) - A Smithville man is trekking across Mississippi to bring awareness to meth addiction.
Ken Stevens will begin his journey in Biloxi on Friday. He’ll then walk north to Corinth. He estimates his walk will be 411 miles.
Ken will hold meetings at 14 cities throughout the state.
Stevens started F.A.M. (Families Against Meth) | Photo Date: Feb. 26, 2020
The purpose of the walk is to raise money and bring awareness to drug addiction.
Stevens said he is a recovering addict.
He will hold meetings at 14 cities throughout the state along his journey. See the image above for dates and locations.
Supporters can follow him along the walk by visiting his Facebook page.
He said all donations will go to Broken Lives Ministry, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD).
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