2009.03.24 Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE ***

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    2009.03.24 Today's Current News - ***NO DISCUSSIONS HERE PLEASE ***

    *NOTE: Late Release-Haleigh Flyers at the Fair
    Last Update: 3/23 11:23 pm
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    Walking into the Putnam County fair, one can't help but notice the bright lights and the wild rides.
    But some are hoping fairgoers will also notice the smiling face on flyers hanging at the entrance gate.
    On them is a picture of five-year-old Haleigh Cummings, the Satsuma kindergartner who was last seen at her family home February 9th.

    "You need to keep it in everybody's minds and keep everybody diligent and looking and hopefully catch a break somewhere. Maybe somebody has seen something or will see something," said James White, who was at the fair Monday night with his grandchildren.

    Haleigh's family friends are putting out the flyers.


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    Buzz in Haleigh&#8217;s neighborhood lessens
    Last Edited: Tuesday, 24 Mar 2009, 5:09 PM EDT
    Created On: Tuesday, 24 Mar 2009, 5:08 PM EDT
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    The community off Buffalo Bluff Road in Satsuma used to be filled with slow moving cars, people mowing their lawn, or children playing. In the weeks following Haleigh Cummings disappearance, the streets were cluttered with investigators, media, onlookers and well wishers. Today, the streets are calm again and you&#8217;d barely notice anything happened. Neighbors living here say even though the spotlight is off their community, Haleigh is still on their minds.
    &#8220;It&#8217;s like a big fire, then all of the sudden the fire dies down to nothing,&#8221; said Jeannie Glover. She lives in the home Haleigh Cummings used to live before moving to the home she was taken from.
    &#8220;The people still talk about it&#8230;they&#8217;re not giving up. She&#8217;s going to come home,&#8221; said Glover.

    As neighbors worked to get their lives back together, the foundation started to help bring Haleigh back home is asking for your help. The Haleigh Bug Foundation set up by Haleigh&#8217;s mother Crystal Sheffield is asking for volunteers to come and search areas police have not looked.

    Officers scoured a five square mile area around Haleigh&#8217;s home with dogs and special equipment in the days and weeks following her disappearance. The Haleigh Bug Foundation says it&#8217;s received tips from people outside that original search area.

    Volunteers are now needed to go and search woods and areas outside the original search region. The organization is looking to put groups of 10 people at a time into areas and search in a grid-like pattern. If you&#8217;d like to volunteer, the organization would like you to sign up in person. The group&#8217;s headquarters is located at 1185 US-17 in Satsuma. It&#8217;s nearly at the intersection of US-17 and County Road 309.

    A new phone line has also been set up to call in donations or tips. That number is 954-533-6514.


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    http://www.myfoxorlando.com/dpp/news/032409haleigh_neighbor_buzz_lessens
     
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