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Support the Broncos & the Bowlen family's fight against Alzheimer's

The Denver Broncos and the family of Broncos owner Pat Bowlen will again join the Colorado chapter of the Alzheimer's Association as it raises money for Alzheimer's research, support and care.

The 2017 Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's will take place Saturday, Sept. 16 at Denver's City Park. A ceremony begins at 9 a.m., and the walk will start at 9:15 a.m. MT.

The Bowlen family joined thousands of supporters Saturday at the Walk to End Alzheimer's to raise awareness for the disease. (Photos by Caroline Deisley)

The Bowlen family announced in July 2014 that Pat Bowlen is one of many Coloradoans living with Alzheimer's disease.

In the United States, an individual develops Alzheimer's every 66 seconds, and more than five million Americans are currently living with the disease.

"Team Super Bowlen," led by Annabel Bowlen and members of the Bowlen family, invites fans of the Broncos to help it reach its fundraising goal and to work to put an end to Alzheimer's. Those interested in joining "Team Super Bowlen" or donating to the cause can visit the team's page.

In addition to the Alzheimer's Association, the Broncos are proud to partner with identified non-profit organizations benefitting those in our community: American Cancert Society, Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver, Bonfils Blood Center, Denver Rescue Mission, Food Bank of the Rockies, Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver, Project PAVE, the Rose Andom Center and USA Football.

For more information about the Alzheimer's Association Colorado Chapter and Walk please visit:

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