Capitol hosts 16th annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Click through the photo gallery to see photos from the walk. BY: NATHANIEL GAYNOR

LANSING STAR STAFF WRITER

More than 700 people gathered at the Capitol Building in Lansing, Sunday, in order to raise money for Alzheimer’s and dementia research. “Our goal was to raise $127,000 and this morning, I know that we’ve almost reached our goal,” Suzanne Farris, the Walk to End Alzheimer’s volunteer coordinator said, Sunday, before the walk began. By the time the walk began, Farris had announced that the goal was reached. About the walk

This walk is one of more than 600 walks nationwide.