Wednesday, September 5th, 2018
Photo by Sydney Albert/The Daily Standard

Dan Muhlenkamp, Kevin and Anna Katterhenry and Kim Krugh pose with pinwheel flowers that will be available at the Grand Lake Walk to End Alzheimer's. Purple flowers represent someone who has been lost to Alzheimer's disease, white flowers represent hope for a cure and yellow flowers are for caretakers of people with Alzheimer's.

Related online story:
CELINA - Alzheimer's disease is challenging for both those affected and their families, which is why several local people dealing with the affliction are dedicated to improving the lives of others. [More]
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