SEYMOUR, Tenn (WVLT) -- She's not even a teenager yet but Lindsay White is doing what she can to end Alzhemier's Disease.
Family, Neighbors and friends have been affected by it.
She makes bracelets and scrapbooks now and sells them for the organization.
She also collects cans, so she can recycle them into cash for the cause.
She even had her unlce donate a car to be crushed to raise funds for the Smoky Mountain Memory Walk Team she particpates in.
For more info on the upcomign walks, or volunteering, or getting help, call the Alzhemier's Association at 865-544-6288.
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