White flower represents hope for a cure for Alzheimer’s
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.