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Forget-Me-Not Memorial Garden honors Cheri Lindsey and child victims of crime

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Two years ago, the house Cheri Lindsey was tragically killed in was demolished. Now, that vacant property is serving a special purpose in the community. The lot has been transformed into a Forget-Me-Not Memorial Garden. The garden will be maintained by the Cornell Cooperative Extension's Master Gardeners.
Published 3 months ago · Binghamton, United States

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Forget-Me-Not Memorial Garden

BINGHAMTON, NY (WIVT/WBGH) - A property on Binghamton's Northside that was once a reminder of an horrific crime now memorializes young crime victims.The Forget-Me-Not Memorial Garden was officially dedicated this afternoon.It occupies a plot of land where 6 and a half Sturges Street once stood, the house where 12 year-old Cheri Lindsey was raped and murdered while collecting money on her paper route back in 1984.The newest Broome County Park is …

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Forget-Me-Not Memorial Garden honors Cheri Lindsey and child victims of crime

Just two years ago, the house 12-year-old Cheri Lindsey was tragically killed in was demolished and all that remained was an empty lot.

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Forget-Me-Not Memorial Garden opens, memorializes child crime victims

The Forget-Me-Not Memorial Garden was dedicated to all children who have been victims of crime on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022.

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