Walk to End Alzheimer's attracts more than 2,000 to Fresno State

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Saturday's bad air didn't stop more than 2,000 people from taking part in the Walk to End Alzheimer's. (KFSN)

Saturday's bad air didn't stop more than 2,000 people from taking part in the Walk to End Alzheimer's. They all gathered at Fresno State's Maple Mall for the one 1.2-mile walk.

Participants received flowers to carry along the route to represent their connection to the disease, which affects memory and other mental functions. The event hosted by the Alzheimer's Association helps raise money for research and support services.
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