Mildred Bailey, left, and Sandra "Cissy" Williams lit their candles during the National Commemorative Candle Lighting Service for Alzheimer's disease victims and caregivers at Lexington's Pilgrim Baptist Church on Sunday.
Mildred Bailey, left, and Sandra "Cissy" Williams lit their candles during the National Commemorative Candle Lighting Service for Alzheimer's disease victims and caregivers at Lexington's Pilgrim Baptist Church on Sunday.
Mildred Bailey, left, and Sandra "Cissy" Williams lit their candles during the National Commemorative Candle Lighting Service for Alzheimer's disease victims and caregivers at Lexington's Pilgrim Baptist Church on Sunday.

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