Walk for Madison Scott with Hope, Faith, Love

Walk for Madison Scott - Mapes Hall to Hogsback Lake 2 p.m. Sat. Jan. 28. Shuttle, Road calming, refreshments

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 2012

  • Jan. 19, 2012 5:00 a.m.

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Walk for Madison Scott with Hope, Faith, Love

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 2012

FOR INFORMATION CALL: Angie at 250-567-9192 or Sandi at 1-250-392-7535

Madison Scott was last seen at Hogsback Lake campsite at about 3 a.m. Saturday, May 28, 2011. She was camping with friends.

ROUTE –  Park at Mapes Hall on the Blackwater Road (follow the signs) and walk to Hogsback Lake, about 4 kilometres, a 1 to 2.5 hour walk. Thanks to Mapes Hall for providing the parking for this event.  Carpooling is encouraged. Thanks to Yellowhead Road and Bridge for clearing and sanding the rout and the campsite.

TIME FRAME – 2 p.m. to nightfall. Participants can decide when they want to start between 2-3 p.m. Luminaries will be lit at dusk 4:45- 5 p.m.

TRANSPORTATION – Shuttle Bus: thanks to School District #91, will be available to drive people back to their vehicles at the Mapes Hall. Campsite is closed to general public.

ACTIVITIES – Participants will be presented with an luminary to write a message on in support of Maddy and the search. The luminary candles will be lit at nightfall.

A period of quiet reflection will follow and people are invited to join us. Thanks to NVSS staff and students who will assist with the luminaries.

T-SHIRTS – Madison Scott “Hope is Your Way Home t-shirts will be available by donation toward the $10 cost of supplying them. If you already have a t-shirt you are encouraged to wear them.

REFRESHMENTS – Thanks to Sadie Knelsen and her team, free hotdogs and drinks will be available at Hogsback Lake.

TRAFFIC SAFETY FOR WALK – there will be signage on Blackwater Road on either side asking drivers to slow down and proceed cautiously between Mapes Hall and the turnoff to Stoller Road, and the turnoff to the campsite.

TIPS – anyone with information regarding Maddy’s disappearance is encouraged to pass it on, since any tip could be important! Call the RCMP in Vanderhoof at 250-567-2222, or anonymously through Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or by mail to Box 1190, Vanderhoof, BC, V0J 3A0. If you have any info, now is the time to act! We need your help and support to find Maddy. Please join us!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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