We Remember Caylee Marie Anthony

We Remember Caylee Marie Anthony
Last Photo of Caylee: 6.15.08

Tuesday, August 9, 2011


George and Cindy Anthony were at the site now known as the Caylee Anthony Memorial Site Tuesday evening. The Memorial Site is the actual site where their granddaughter Caylee's remains were found on December 11, 2008, six months after her death on June 16, 2008. The site on Suburban Drive is less than a quarter mile from the Anthony's home on Hopespring Drive in Orlando.

George and Cindy visited the Memorial to pay their respects and to remember Caylee on what would have been her sixth birthday. Balloons were also released in Caylee's memory for her birthday.

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A nonprofit organization is buying the land where Caylee Anthony's bones were found and it wants to build a permanent memorial there in her honor, WFTV was told on Tuesday.

Visitors of the site told WFTV reporter Kathi Belich they think the memorial a good idea, however, they also have a lot of questions about the nonprofit organization named Bring Kids Home.

Bring Kids Home has been around for about five years and has offices in seven states. The volunteer organization said it wants to build a $200,000 memorial for Caylee in the middle of the swampy area where Caylee's body was discarded three years ago.

Since then, people have come from all over the country, almost daily, to pay their respects to a little girl they'd never met, but who captured their hearts.

Many paid their respects on Tuesday, on what would have been her 6th birthday.

The organization's most recent tax filing shows it collects less than $50,000 per year. The director told WFTV that the organization does not pay any salaries, operates a tip line for missing children and is looking for $25,000 in donations for the memorial. The group already has a contract on the land.

Bring Kids Home
is creating a mailing list and is asking for people to donate on their website.

source: wftv; kathy belich reporter

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