Thanks for all the amazing help and words of support and love sent our way!

I will never tire of saying how amazed we are at all the huge effort put forth by friends, family, businesses, and complete strangers in our search for our beloved Madison. It helps so much to counteract the malevolence in this world and reinforce the goodness that is in so many people!

Thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks, thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I also updated the comments posted on the facebook group to this site.

Ad gripe parks missing girls poster

The Ministry of Transportation ordered Northland Chrysler Jeep Dodge to remove a vehicle promoting the search for missing Vanderhoof woman Madison Scott from the comer of Highway 16 and Highway 97 last week after it received complaints about it being used to promote the dealership.

Dealership owner Brent Marshall said the SUV had been a support vehicle for the Cops For Cancer-Tour de North.

Friends of the Scott family requested the vehicle be painted with a sign requesting information from the public regarding Scott’s disappearance.

After the tour the vehicle was parked – with Ministry of Transportation permission – on the ministry right-of-way near the  intersection.

‘We had to remove the vehicle after two days. They had had too many complaints about the vehicle.” Marshall said. “It’s really sad that someone would complain about it. We just want to bring awareness to the search for Madison.”

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Help Find Madison Scott Benefit Auction and Dance

The help find Madison Scott Benefit Auction and Dance is set for Oct 8th at the Friendship Hall in Vanderhoof. Tickets can be bought for $20 each at Scott Foods or Wallace Studios in Vanderhoof. Or tables for 8 can be purchased through Julie (contact information below). Watch for the advertisement on the radio and in the newspaper and other public places.

If anyone wants more information, or to provide items for the auction you can contact Julie at Facebook, cell 250-570-1618, home 250-567-5026, work 250-567-5312.

Reward increased as investigation into the disappearance of Madison Scott reaches 3 month anniversary

RCMP File # 2011-1508 / ND MCU 2011-4852   2011-09-01 10:21 PDT
The investigation continues into the search for Madison Scott, the 20 year old Vanderhoof woman, who was last seen on Saturday May 28th at Hogsback Lake.

“This investigation remains a priority for North District Major Crime,” says Sgt. Rob Vermeulen spokesperson for the RCMP. “And while investigators appreciate the level of community interest in Madison’s disappearance, they still believe that there is information out there or those that have not come forward yet”.

“The search for Madison Scott has been both hopeful and emotionally disappointing,” says Vanderhoof Mayor Gerry Thiessen. “Everywhere in town, on cars or business windows, there are posters looking for Madison. I get calls from residents on summer vacation hoping that there is something new to report, something that will help us find her. Now it’s time for both Madison and the Scott family, that those with information come forward and talk to the RCMP.”

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Heather F. > Rosewood’s Diary and The Rusty Bucket Pluckers CD release fund raiser a success

Over $1400.00 was raised this afternoon for Madison’s Search Fund during the CD release and concert by Rosewood’s Diary and The Rusty Bucket Pluckers. It was a fantastic afternoon of music and the folks who came were generous with their donations. Thank you!!

Shirley A. Three months today, praying and hoping for Maddy to return SOON….Love and Hugs to the family

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