Look for some purple rain to bathe Florida’s Old Capitol this coming week.
The historic building will be showered with purple light on Tuesday evening to recognize the fight against Alzehimer’s disease in Florida.
The old Capitol lighting coincides with the Alzheimer’s Association’s state advocacy efforts on Tuesday and Wednesday, when advocates from across the state will convene in Tallahassee to lobby lawmakers ahead of the 2023 Legislative Session.
Based in Chicago, the American Alzheimer’s Association initially chose purple as its signature color because it combines “the calm stability of blue and the passionate energy of red … purple makes a
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