Monday, May 24, 2021

The Molly Bish Center's Missing Children’s Day 2021

Molly Bish was a 16-year-old Warren, MA resident when she was abducted from her lifeguard post in 2000. The agonizing search for Molly ended in 2003 when her remains were found five miles from her home and from where she was abducted. 

As a lifeguard, Molly took responsibility for the safety and protection of others. In 2004, John and Magi Bish collaborated with Anna Maria College to create the Molly Bish Center for the Protection of Children and the Elderly in memory of their daughter. Today, at Anna Maria College will host Missing Children’s Day from 10-11 A.M to advocate for the lives of missing and murdered children in Massachusetts and encourage the passage of laws aimed at bringing justice for them and their loved ones. 

The event will feature speakers from the Molly Bish Center and those involved with prosecuting these cases at the state and local level, while bringing attention to those still missing or falsely categorized. A livestream of this morning's event may be viewed here: