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Vigil for missing Skelton boys

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The plaque unveiled during a ceremony honors the missing boys with their likenesses.

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Beverly Zuvers, the boys' grandmother, right, gets a hug from a friend during a ceremony where three trees were planted in honor of Alexander, Andrew, and Tanner.

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Tanya Zuvers, right, mother of the three missing boys, hugs family friend Megan West, left, during a ceremony to remember Andrew, Alexander, and Tanner Skelton in Wakefield Park.

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Tanya Zuvers, left, and her daughters Brittany Crowell, center, and Courtney Derby, right, stand next to the new stone with a plaque honoring Andrew, Alexander, and Tanner Skelton.

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Karri Waters, left, an aunt, McKenna Shaffer, center left, a cousin, Mason Shaffer, center right, and Kristy Shaffer, right, console each other during a ceremony to remember Andrew, Alexander, and Tanner Skelton.

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Tanya Zuvers, right, mother of the three missing Skelton boys, hugs McKenna Shaffer, left, after Zuvers read a remembrance that Shaffer wrote during a ceremony.

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Courtney Derby, sister of the missing Skelton brothers, cries during a ceremony to remember Andrew, Alexander, and Tanner Skelton.

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A large crowd gathers around Don Zuvers, left, the boy's grandfather, McKenna Shaffer, the boy's cousin and Tanya Zuvers, right, the boy's mother during a ceremony to remember Andrew, Alexander, and Tanner Skelton.

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Siblings Marissa Lawrence, 6, left, and Anthony Lawrence, 7, look at the plaque honoring the missing Skelton boys mounted on a rock in Wakefield Park.

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A note written on a poster at the ceremony displays love for the missing boys.

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A missing persons poster shows age-progression portraits of Andrew, Alexander, and Tanner Skelton who disappeared November, 2010.

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