Former NFL wide receiver Trent Shelton talks during a Hope Soldiers rally April 15, 2015, at Mariner High School. The theme of this year’s event, Friday at Mariner, is called “The Revival.” Shelton and Lauren Davis, who helped pass a state law helping families affected by addiction, will speak.

Hope Soldiers’ goal: Help revive those saddled with addiction, depression

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