Friends, family to hold vigil for missing girl

December 12, 2010 

A candlelight vigil for Lindsey Baum, the McCleary girl who has been missing for more than a year, is set for 4 p.m. Saturday at Beerbower Park in McCleary.

The vigil will last about an hour and will include a performance of a song about Lindsey by its writer, Erik Paul.

There also will be an open platform for anyone to share a few words, as well as a statement from Lindsey’s mother and one of her closest friends.

For more information, go to findlindseybaum.com.

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