Temecula senior leads 100 Boy Scouts to fight Alzheimer’s

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Temecula Boy Scout Timothy Dull at the flower bed he created for the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s Temecula Valley Promise Garden Ceremony. The annual walk is full of flowers, each carried by someone committed to ending the disease. Because, like flowers, the participants don’t stop when something is in their way. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Four years ago, Timothy Dull, created a “Scouts Fighting Alzheimer’s Team/Temecula Troop 384” to participate in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s Temecula. Since then, he has grown the team exponentially and has set a goal of raising $25,000 overall. Dull was named the Most Outstanding Walker for the Alzheimer’s Association California Chapter in 2020, out of 13 walks which serve a geography of 16.3 million. For his Eagle Scout project, Dull created the first and only flower bed in the country for the event’s Promise Garden Ceremony and it will be used at walks across the Inland Empire throughout October. Dull has become a representative for the Alzheimer’s Association, meeting with his local congressman on behalf of those facing Alzheimer’s and their
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