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It's day three of the big 300 mile run for this Winnipeg teen.
Kayleen Mckay started her trek on Saturday at the Duck Bay grave yard and today has made it just outside of Dauphin.
 Mckay says she has received a lot of support in these last couple of days with people stopping on the side of the road to cheer her on and show their support.
"The first day coming from Duck Bay to Winnipegosis, the stretch through Pine Creek and Camperville and that, a lot of people stopped to give me support and give me like a lot of donations and then yesterday I had a couple people stop, but not as much as the first day, but I was still happy of the amount of people that came out."
She did have to stop running for a little bit around 9am due to heavy fog that was along Highway 20 coming to Dauphin.
She is running to raise money for the volunteer group because they helped her family look for her cousin when he went missing in the Red River last year. 
She is also wanting to bring awareness to Missing and Murdered Aboriginal peoples. 
She does have a GoFundMe page set up called "Kayleen McKay's Run For Drag The Red."
Mckay will be stopping in Dauphin today at the Friendship Centre.