They may have sore feet, but it was all for a great cause.
Nearly 2,100 members of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets hit the ground running and walking in the 37 annual March to the Brazos. The 18 mile trek started at 7 a.m. Saturday and is in support of the March of Dimes' efforts to improve babies health. Each step they took raised money to help children and families in the Brazos Valley.
The March to the Brazos is one of the largest student run fundraisers benefiting the March of Dimes. Since it's start in 1977, it has raised $2.2 million.
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