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« Reply #300 on: July 10, 2018, 11:04:57 PM »

Happy Birthday in heaven, lil Lindsey.  an angelic monkey
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Justice for Lindsey Baum: Saturday event marks 20th birthday of murdered Washington girl
On what would have been Lindsey Baum's 20th birthday, family, friends and volunteers continue to hope for a break in her case.
Author:   Drew Mikkelsen 
Published:   4:12 PM PDT July 6, 2018 
Updated:   11:26 AM PDT July 7, 2018 
Itís not the way anyone hoped to celebrate what would have been Lindsey Baumís 20th birthday. But volunteers will spend Saturday morning, Baumís birthday, walking in the parade of the McCleary Bear Festival.

In June 2009, Baum disappeared while walking home from a friendís house in McCleary.

Last fall hunters found her remains west of Ellensburg. Police have not made an arrest in the case.

ďShe needs to be able to rest in peace,Ē said Michelle Ames.

Ames is one of several volunteers walking Saturday's parade.

Volunteers are also hosting a booth for Baum at the McCleary Bear Festival, selling tee-shirts and taking donations for keychains and bracelets to raise money for Baumís upcoming memorial service

The goal is to raise $3,000 to place a bench next to a tree planted in Baumís memory.

It will be in the shape of a butterfly, something Lindsey loved.

For more information, or to make a donation, visit the Justice for Lindsey Baum Facebook page.
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« Reply #301 on: July 10, 2018, 11:12:52 PM »

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Mother, community remember Lindsey Baum on what wouldíve been the murdered girlís 20th Birthday
Posted 5:18 PM, July 7, 2018, by Nadia Romero, Updated at 04:05AM, July 9, 2018

MCCLEARY, Wash. -- Lindsey Baum was 10-year-old when she was abducted from McCleary in 2009.  On Saturday, her mother and volunteers marked what would have been her 20th birthday to make sure no one will ever forget her name.

The annual McCleary Bear Festival is a bittersweet celebration in memory of Lindsey Baum.

In fall 2017, hunters found human remains in the Manastash Recreation Area.

In May, the FBI confirmed it was Lindsey Baumís remains that hunters found.

ďLindseyís been found, but my battle is not over. Whoever murdered her is still on the streets and probably still walks the streets of McCleary,Ē said Lindsey Baumís mother Melissa Baum.
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