9/17/2011 – Car Wash. Proceeds will be donated to support Awareness for some of Washington’s missing. Where: McCleary, WA When: Saturday, Sept. 17th 11AM to 4PM. For more information visit the event on Facebook (Cancelled due to weather)
9/03/2011 – (Lindsey’s group has tickets for sale $10 if interested email us through the contact us link above) Benefit Concert For Missing Children in Washington State -entertainment, food, drinks, vendors welcome. Come join us in support of all our missing children! Visit them on FB –
7/07/2011 – Tree Planting to Mark Lindsey’s 13th Birthday and 2 Years Missing. Join Us In McCleary’s Park (6:30PM) as we Plant a Tree for Lindsey.
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CUE Center For Missing Persons
PO Box 12714
Wilmington, NC 28405
For immediate release
“Family of Missing Child Lindsey Baum joins forces with the CUE Center for Missing Persons”
Wilmington, NC – The CUE Center for Missing Persons will launch a campaign geared toward hunters in the region where missing child, Lindsey Baum vanished from over a year ago; the objective is to involve the community of people who know the region and can eliminate space, in hope to bring Lindsey home. “I am so excited about this idea, it gives me hope and I believe in the hunters because they know every inch of the wilderness out there and I need more help to find my daughter”, said the mother of Lindsey, Melissa Baum.
The non profit, all volunteer group is asking for area hunters to adopt a piece of land and or property that they are familiar with or hunt on regularly to search for missing Lindsey Baum; registration will begin on January 10, 2011 and run throughout the month. Hunters may call in directly to the center at (910) 232-1687 anytime or visit CUE on the web at http://www.ncmissingpersons.org and click on “The Hunt” where they can enter and submit information; during the effort a map will go up coloring in areas that have been adopted. “We are also extending invitations to forestry and park personnel as well as land owners in the concerned areas of focus”, said CUE founder, Monica Caison.
Areas this effort will concentrate on will be the McCleary town itself and 15 miles radius of each direction leaving the place Lindsey was last seen. These areas consist of the following:
McCleary Focus Area
• North – The National Olympic Forest
• South – Malone-Porter
• South East – The Capitol Forest
• East – Shelton
• West – Elma & Grays Harbor County
Lindsey disappeared on June 26, 2009 while on her way home from a friend’s house in McCleary, WA at approximately 9:30 at night; noted one of the longest days of that year, darkness came around 10:30 pm. In the short distance Lindsey had to walk, accompanied by a few friends and her brother, they were sighted while in route and all was well. Minutes later Lindsey left the neighborhood house alone and on her way home she vanished; she has not been seen or heard from since.
LINDSEY BAUM INFORMATION
Missing Since: 06/26/09
Missing From: McCleary, WA
Classification: Endangered Missing
Age at Disappearance: 10
Date Of Birth: 07/07/98
Weight: 90 lbs
Hair: Brown/Dark Blonde
Scars: Scar above her left eye. She has a birth mark dark brown on right her wrist and has colored fillings in her teeth.
Clothing: long sleeve hooded shirt (not sweatshirt) light bluish/gray, jeans with knees cut out, black slip on American eagle shoes with white rubber soles, no socks. Bathing suit under clothes red, white and blue in color for both pieces, but mismatched bottoms with floral print, top stripes and polka a dot.
There is a $30,000.00 dollar reward for Lindsey safe return and further details can be located about the case and the reward at her official web sites created for her where tipsters can remain anonymous at http://www.findlindseybaum.com or http://helpfindlindseybaum.com
If anyone has information on the direct location or concerning this missing child case please contact the Grays Harbor County Information Hot-line (Tip line) (866) 915-8299 or the CUE Center for Missing Persons at the 24 hour line (910) 232-1687 or (910) 343-1131, email is email@example.com
In 1994 Community United Effort better known as the “CUE Center for Missing Persons” was founded to aid cases of missing persons nationwide; funded entirely by donations, and staffed by volunteers. CUE Founder Monica Caison, has dedicated her life to the plight of missing people; which is focused on finding the missing, advocating their causes, and supporting the families. Since its inception, CUE has helped more than 9, 000 families in what is often the most confusing and desperate times of their lives.