That's what they call these children of Northern Uganda, who are abducted and forced to become soldiers.
Lehigh Valley's children care. On Saturday, Lehigh Valley Academy Charter School’s Student Action Committee and other students will stage a three-mile walk for the war-stricken child soldiers of Uganda. Here are the details.
When: Saturday, 11 AM, at the parking lot under Bethlehem's Hill to Hill Bridge, near Musikfest.
What: A three mile walk through downtown Bethlehem, ending at the Spring on Fourth Street Chili cook-off.
Why: Invisible Children is a nonprofit organization that helps raise money for schools in Africa. f LVA students are asking the public to help them walk for this worthy cause, and to raise money to help support these children (Donations are greatly appreciated although not necessary to walk). T-shirts and buttons will be available for purchase at the event.
Organizers: Five LVA sophomores have organized this walkathon - Josh Won, Amanda Allred, Michelle Valencia, Alyssa Leonard, and Stephen Prager. Their message? "Come help us end a war and save millions from suffering. Come help the Invisible Children."