White flower represents hope for a cure for Alzheimer’s

Walk to End Alzheimer’s White Flower

The white flower will be carried by people who have two generations of loved ones with this disease.

All this week, NewsChannel 13’s Faith King has been highlighting the Promise Garden – five flowers that people will be carrying at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday.

Each color represents a person’s connection to the disease.

The white flower represents hope for the future, especially among families who have with the disease through multiple generations.

Six-year-old Calvin Korytko will be holding a white flower.

“”It means that people are not alone and they need help when they’re sick — and they need hope because the white flower means hope,” he said.