Zombie Walk infects the town’s needy
by Paul Gonzales
Jul 26, 2012 | 1711 views | 1 1 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Beeville Zombie Walk
The Beeville Zombie Walk took place Saturday, July 21 and was a one mile walk to help get food for needy families in the area.
BEEVILLE — The Beeville Zombie Walk was held Saturday at 7 p.m. Attendees for the first annual mile walk from Cook Road to the back of the Rio 6 Theater came prepared with food for the “Safe Zone.”

The mile path that weaved in and out of neighborhoods was littered with the walking dead along the way as well as Angel Care ambulances to help those recently infected.

No one was safe, as even children had been turned by the infection and walked the path following the live flesh.

Soldiers tried their best to hold off the infected – to little avail.

The Beeville Police Department rode on bikes to ensure the safety of the survivors as frightened pedestrians drove vehicles tearing through the streets.

The entire event was held by Sara Milnarich and Jeremy Taylor, the event’s coordinator, as part of the GO! Campaign in order to help raise canned goods for needy families.

The entire proceeds were given to New Life Church, which will then find a local family in need of the donations.

With the event deemed a success by all those in attendance, Taylor is eyeing a possible second zombie walk for sometime in October.

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July 27, 2012
I love it that the library is promoting so many new and interesting events! My daughter-in-law and grandson and I walked, and had a great time. We had friends who were planning to come too, but couldn't at the last minute. We will all definately be there for the next one in October. THANKS, Sara Milnarich and Jeremy Taylor...and everyone else who helped with this event.