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Family, friends remember the missing

Loved ones from across state gather at 12th annual session

Garland Nelson, band leader of Soul Session in Saratoga Springs, is pictured singing uplifting songs with the audience during the "Missing Loved Ones" memorial at the New York State Museum on Saturday, April 6th.
Photographer: Kayla Galway
Garland Nelson, band leader of Soul Session in Saratoga Springs, is pictured singing uplifting songs with the audience during the "Missing Loved Ones" memorial at the New York State Museum on Saturday, April 6th.
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They know each other by now, some by scanning the other’s shirt. “Yes, I am still missing,” they read, above a portrait of a smiling woman, the distinct gap between her teeth on display. Or “STILL MISSING,” they’ll say, above a list of letters and numbers — DOB 12/05/87, 5’11, 170, missing since 07/08/07, followed by the phone number of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department. Some recognize each other. She has the same wavy curls ...


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