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MADISON COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT/WYMT) - Sunday marks one-year since Brookelyn Farthing went missing. She was last seen at a house on Dillon Court in Berea.
Despite multiple searches, fundraisers, and pleas for help from her family, there's still no sign of Farthing.
Her parents hosted a benefit for Brookelyn at the Madison County Fairgrounds on Sunday.
Randal and Shelby Walker are doing what they can to make sure their daughter isn't forgotten.
The benefit was filled with food, auctions, raffles, and music.
Kits were also available for parents to register their children, in case of an abduction.
While the day was about having a good time, it's mostly about bringing Brookelyn home and raising money for a reward.
"There's still a hole. That hole will always be in my heart. I don't wish this on my worst enemy. All I want is Brooke back," said Randal Walker, Brookelyn's stepfather.
The monetary goal from the event was to double the reward fund from $5,000 to $10,000.
More than 500 people showed up to the benefit.