TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL)--The annual Florida Missing Children's Day is set for Monday in Tallahassee.
Each year, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement's Missing Endangered Persons Clearinghouse Advisory Board is hosting the event for the 16th year.
The ceremony will take place on the courtyard between the old Capitol and the new Capitol at 10 a.m.
A child safety fair begins at nine that morning in the plaza area of the Capitol.
Children can get fingerprinted, and safety literature will be handed out.
Florida Missing Children's Day recognizes missing children, education people on safety awareness and honors those making a difference in the in the life of a child.
Families will travel to Tallahassee to honor the memory of their loved ones.