Boy Scouts prepare annual ‘Walk To End Alzheimer’s’

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Bright colored artificial flowers will bloom Tuesday as some St. Louis area Boy Scouts prepare for the annual Walk To End Alzheimer's.

About 80 Boy Scouts will construct 10,000 "promise flowers" for the walk. The flowers represent each participant's promise to remember, honor, care and fight for those living with Alzheimer'S disease and their caregivers.

This year's St. Louis Walk To End Alzheimier's is on Saturday, September 10th starting at Scottrade Center.