A national event designed to bring attention to missing person cases will include a rally in Connecticut.
The CUE Center for Missing Persons, which is based in North Carolina, is organizing the 11th Annual National “On the Road to Remember” tour for missing persons the week of Oct. 10-8.
The tour will include about 22 rallies in several states. The Connecticut event is Sunday from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., at the Connecticut State Police Museum & Educational Center, 294 Colony St., Meriden.
“It is to honor the families of the missing, and it is meant to help revive cold cases,” said Donna Gore, who is coordinating the Connecticut event.
A few families of missing Connecticut residents have indicated they will be participating so far, such as relatives of William Smolinski Jr. of Waterbury, Evelyn Frisco of New Haven, Bernadine Paul of Waterbury and Mary Badaracco of Sherman, according to Gore.
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