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Can Drive benefits missing girls


As the search continues for cousins Lyric Cook and Elizabeth Collins, a can and bottle drive held at the National Cattle Congress grounds raised awareness and money for the Missing and Exploited Children's Foundation.

Volunteers accepted donated cans and bottles Saturday.  People were also encouraged to sign the petition for the so-called "Cousins Law", a law that would that would change Amber Alert guidelines.

The drive collected over 65 bags of cans and bottles valued to be worth between $500-700. All proceeds from the cans and bottles will be sent directly to the Missing and Exploited Children's Foundation.

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