Contributing Writer: Melianty Yularnis | Images: CCN —
People came together with warming hearts to show support for Alzheimers on October 17, at the Harris Pavilion. It was a big outcome, even people from outside of the area came.
The participants held different colored flowers representing different meanings. Blue represented that they have Alzheimers, yellow meant they supported or cared for someone who has Alzheimers, purple meant that they had lost someone to Alzheimer’s, and orange was for people who supported the cause.
Each flower shinned bright as the participants walked down the streets of Manassas.