Heya Broncos Fans!
I recently moved to Denver from Seattle. This being my first year on the team I am highly enthusiastic to learn what it takes to be a part of Broncos’ Country. I’m honored to be involved with an organization that not only touts the loudest stadium, but gives so much back to the community that supports it.
One aspect that is dear to my heart is the Broncos support of the Alzheimer’s Association. Broncos wide receiver Brandon Stokley has made public his father’s struggle with the disease. As a Life Enrichment Coordinator for an assisted living facility, I see this disease take its toll on many lives and would love to see advances in understanding and treatment for the loved ones and their families affected.
You can show your support by getting involved in the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk on Saturday, September 18th.
Start or join a team to run, walk, or just raise money for a cure. There are over 5 million people affected by this disease, 72,000 here in Colorado.
Let’s help out our community and show the rest of the country what the Broncos are all about!
Look for more thoughts from Kristal-Lynn and other Broncos cheerleaders as the 2010 season nears.