The Natalee Holloway Resource Center was opened last month in Washington. Its goal – a very good one – is to help families of missing persons. Beth Holloway, a most courageous woman, has been through a terrible ordeal over the past five years. She spoke at the news conference announcing the Center. Mrs. Holloway believes the Center “will serve as a point of light for all missing persons.” The Resource Center, co-founded by her, was officially opened with a public fundraiser at the National Museum of Crime and Punishment. Hopefully, the Center will prove to be helpful to families throughout the country. Few things could be worse than having a child abducted. Anything that can help a family experiencing such a terrible ordeal is most welcome. We should all commend this brave woman and pray that the Center will succeed.
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