Monday, June 27th is a very tragic anniversary for many Iowans. Jodi Huisentruit was abducted on her way to anchor the morning news in Mason City Iowa 27 years ago. Sadly Jodi’s family and friends have had no closure and no answers, and no arrested/charges in connection with this unsolved case were ever made.

This is a truly heartbreaking story, and that's why this nonprofit is asking anyone here in Iowa to show their love and support with #LightsForJodi

The Lights for Jodi

This nonprofit shared Jodi's story which is a hard read.

Jodi has not been seen since that summer morning in 1995. No one has been arrested or charged in connection with Iowa’s highest-profile unsolved case.

While sharing her story, they also keep her name and memory in the minds of many.

KCRG reports,

The campaign is headed by by FindJodi, a group of journalists stationed across the country, working to keep Jodi’s story alive.

While Jodi's story is truly a sad one it is important to keep it alive and means a lot to many journalists. the initiative started in 1995, the year Jodi Huisentruit went missing. KCRG also stated that FindJodi is asking that anyone who does participate in the “Lights for Jodi” campaign to share a photo with “#LightsForJodi” on social media.

Support And Love Always Means So Much

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In the hardest of times, love and support from your fellow human beings can mean a lot. I will be leaving my lights on for Jodi Huisentruit, and you can too. The final line on the website states,

Thanks, again, for all of your support for our mission to help find Jodi. It’s time to bring Jodi home

As always our thoughts and prayers are with the family. Learn more about this cause here.

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