Today, the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, is a great day for acts of environmental stewardship in Laura's honor. It's also a great day to join the Laura's Legacy group at Kanu Hawaii, where you can join others in making commitments in Laura's honor to daily actions that protect the environment, such as recycling, taking reusable bags to the grocery store, or drinking from reusable water bottles. The more people who register their commitments with the simple click of a mouse, the better we can track Laura's positive impact on our beloved planet.
Recent media coverage of Laura's disappearance includes an interview with Laura's mother on Albuquerque's KQRE and an interview with Laura's brother Tim on the Ron and Don Show on Seattle's 97.3 KIRO FM Radio. The segment about Laura runs from about 5 1/2 minutes to about 18 1/2 minutes into the show.
The investigation into Laura's disappearance continues on multiple fronts. Search dogs have been engaged again, volunteers continue to do ground searches, and the police are still pursuing leads.
A racquetball tournament was held on Saturday, April 17th in Las Cruces, NM at Tom Young's Fitness Center and Racquetball Club and raised over $500 for the Find Laura Vogel fund. Thanks to everyone who participated and contributed!