OSHKOSH - People gathered in Oshkosh Saturday, encouraging people to carry on during tough times.
They filled the gym at North High School for the 3rd annual Chester Marcol 5K Walk for Suicide Awareness.
Marcol, a former Packers kicker, says he's struggled with suicide in the past.
He says it's important to hold out hope for the future.
"Incredible things happen, and bit by bit, we'll grow and grow and grow, and continue to pass messages because all we need to do is help save one life, and that one life can save another," said Marcol.
The money raised will help fund suicide prevention, education and support in the Oshkosh area.
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