Time of Remembrance Ceremony

Florida’s First Lady Casey DeSantis expressed hope and remembrance for the children who are missing on Florida Missing Children’s Day, September 14, 2020. First Lady DeSantis encouraged Floridians to sign up for missing person alerts and to “be aware, be on the lookout, and be alert, because one missing child is too many.” FMCD is held to honor and remember Florida’s missing children and to recognize individuals for the work they do to keep children safe in Florida. The ceremony is broken into two parts; recognition for outstanding service to the state’s missing and endangered persons and a Time of Remembrance for the missing children in Florida. You can sign up for alerts at http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/. You can watch previous Florida Missing Children's Day ceremonies via video by clicking here

Family of Coralrose Fullwood
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