The gathering of mostly purple shirts at the annual Walk To End Alzheimer’s filled City Park on the morning of one of Denver’s most beautiful fall days. There were vans and busses loaded with residents of various senior communities, strollers, wheelchairs, wagons, walkers and even four-legged supporters. Flowers were held high and fluttered like pinwheels signifying various support for the event. Blue – means “living with Alzheimer’s.” Yellow means “I am supporting or caring for someone with Alzheimer’s.” Orange means “I support the cause and the vision of a world without Alzheimer’s” and purple means “I have lost someone to Alzheimer’s Disease.”
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