Missing Children's Day is Monday in Florida
September 10, 2010
11:39 A.M. — Tallahassee will host Florida's twelfth annual Missing Children's Day on Monday.
The event is led by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement’s Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse Advisory Board.
The formal ceremony will take place on the courtyard between the Old Capitol and new Capitol at 10 a.m. A child safety fair will begin at 9 a.m. in the plaza area of the Capitol. Children will have the opportunity to be fingerprinted, photographed, and receive child safety literature. The public is invited to attend.
During the weekend leading up to the event, advertisers with the Florida Outdoor Advertising Association (FOAA) will be donating digital billboard space throughout the state to feature children and adults from Florida that are still missing. Lamar, Clear Channel Outdoor and CBS outdoor are participating. The artwork will feature 25 missing children and adults. The billboards will run beginning today through Monday.
There are seven billboards in Lee County that will feature four of the missing.
(More at Link)
Please note that when you go to the article in the link they appear to have listed a Phillip Desir where I think they mean Adji Desir. Phillip is a 38YO male and definitely not a child.