The Walk to End Alzheimer’s was Saturday, September 16th, where thousands of people walked carrying flowers representing the ways people struggle with the disease on a daily basis. To learn about what the flower colors symbolized, hover over the white circles on the image below.
Hannah Lyons was there and said “I have never dealt with someone having Alzheimer’s on a family level,” but she has friends who deal with this disease everyday and “it’s the least I can do for them.”
This walk is amazing for everyone involved. Everyone walking around with nothing but smiles on their faces is a very beautiful thing to see.
The walk happens every year and more volunteers and supporters are always welcome.