About one hundred volunteers showed up today to help in finding Paige Birgfeld.
Today is a little different from previous days because about fifty percent of these volunteers are new, searching for their first time.
Many of these volunteers heard through different media broadcasts searchers were still needed, and decided they wanted to help. Others were just out helping because they feel the community should get together and search for Paige because she is someone's mother, daughter, sister and friend.
Because of the large number of volunteers, search areas expanded. Now searchers are all over Grand Junction and in Clifton.
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