Tree of Hope for Jayme Closs in Ladysmith

LADYSMITH (WKOW) — A new tree of hope shines bright for Jayme Closs.

The Barron girl went missing after parents were found murdered in their home in October.

Family and friends gathered in Ladysmith to light a tree Sunday night, to show they’ll never give up hope to find her.

The tree is decorated with symbols of hope, love and prayer. The lights are green and blue to symbolize support and the tree was blessed with holy water.

“We’re just so grateful for community support that they’ve supported us, supported Jim and Denise,” said Jayme’s uncle Mike Closs, about Jayme’s parents.

Family and friends say they’re thankful the community and world have kept Jayme and her family in their prayers.

Kevin Millard

Kevin Millard

Kevin Millard-Social Media Digital Content Manager for WXOW.

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