Keeping Hope Alive: Holly Bobo Events Saturday, April 13, 2013
KEEPING HOPE ALIVE will be the theme of Saturday's Rally in Holly Bobo's home town of Parsons, Tennessee. Holly Bobo was kidnapped two years ago from her home on Swan Johnson road.
Family and friends have not let up in their search for the missing Nursing Student. The family believes Holly is alive and being held by her abductor. They have received strength from the fact that people from communities across this nation and around the world continue to pray and look for Holly.
The public is reminded that after two years of Captivity, her hair could be different and it could be cut off short. Holly wore a retainer and there may now be a gap in her teeth. Holly wore contacts, so it is possible that she is now wearing glasses or having difficulty seeing.
If you have any information on this case you are asked to call the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation 1-800-824-3463 (1-800-TBI-FIND)
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS SATURDAY APRIL 13, 2013:
9:00 A.M. Registration 5 K Walk/Run U.T. MARTIN PARSONS CAMPUS, 975 Tennessee Ave. N. Parsons, Tn. 38363.
10:00 A.M. 5 K Walk/Run Leaving from U.T. MARTIN PARSONS CAMPUS.
10:30 A.M. Registration Tennessee River Rider Bike Run U.T. MARTIN PARSONS CAMPUS.
11:00 PRESS CONFERENCE and Baloon Release
11:15 Bike Run Begins
11:30 A.M. BarBQue plates available at Decatur County Middle School.
Tennessee River Rider Run will end at Decatur County Middle School
1:00 P.M. Bryan Moffitt Band to perform at Decatur County Middle School.
5K Walk/Run--Tammy White 731-549-0585
Motorcycle Run--Mary Duke 731-845-3630
Questions--Pastor Don Franks 731-845-9920
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