2019 Tri-County Memory Walk On May 18, 2019

This event brings our community together to honor and remember those who have lost their lives to addiction and to plant seeds of hope for those who still suffer. There will be free refreshments, free helpful resources, a speaker, a seed planting, a serene farm walk, photos, families, and much more.

**Please carefully read all details to know when to arrive, where and how to submit photos, what not to bring, etc.

Arrive at 9 a.m. (rain or shine *EDIT* minor rain only – not the kind that lasts for days like in 2018)

Meet with others who have experienced similar losses and discover valuable resources for addicts, alcoholics and their families. Light refreshments will be free, farm-fresh breakfast will be for sale and merchandise will be available for purchase.

Speaker, seed planting & walk at 10 a.m.
A speaker will share their experience, strength and hope, we’ll plant sunflower seeds harvested from the flowers of last year’s Tri-County Memory Walk and we’ll walk a path lined with our loved ones photos.

Bring the whole family (just not pets)
Please encourage all friends and family, young and old, to come along for this day of remembrance and healing. We have a vehicle to accommodate anyone not physically able to walk the 1-mile path. Strollers are welcome but they don’t roll well in the fields. No pets allowed – this is a working farm and other animals are not permitted.

Photos of your lost loved ones can be posted to our Facebook page but they must also be printed and mailed or hand-delivered to the address below so that we can display them along our walk.

1. Please get the family’s permission before submitting a friends photo.
2. Names and dates should be included with all submitted photos.
3. Photos should be sent in as soon as possible and will not be returned. If you absolutely can not print a new photo please contact us as soon as possible.
4. If your loved one is already represented on our memory wall submitting a new photo is optional.

Mail photos
Tri-County Memory Walk c/o Lori Hony, PO Box 2764 Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Deliver photos
Lori Hony at Project ECHO, 484 Main St. Prince Frederick, MD

Event address
Farming 4 Hunger, 6932 Serenity Farm Rd. Benedict, MD 20637

Non-profit organizations and recovery groups hosting information tables will be invite-only. No drop-ins will be permitted to set up tables.

Important to note
If you or someone you care about is using, abusing, abstaining, maintaining, or recovering, we will have resources available for them and for you. Please come, even if you haven’t lost anyone…yet.

Please help us spread the word
Join our event and share it with your friends and family.

For more info or to sign up as a volunteer