Kyron's dad continues to raise awareness

Kyron's dad continues to raise awareness

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Posted on March 20, 2011 at 5:45 PM

Updated Friday, Sep 13 at 10:32 AM

PORTLAND -- The search for missing Portland boy Kyron Horman continued over the weekend, as his family reached out for the public's help at the Portland Roadster Show.

The Multnomah Hot Rod Council donated booth space at the Expo Center event to help Kaine Horman raise awareness about his missing son.

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Kyron Horman disappeared from Skyline Elementary School nearly 10 months ago and his father said he hasn't stopped distributing flyers, t-shirts, bracelets or anything that could possibly help get the word out.

“It's no easier than it was in the beginning,” Kaine Horman told KGW. “We need to keep focusing on him and bringing him home.”

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While looking for his son, Kaine said he's also developed a passion for helping the families of other missing children, in the same way they've reached out to him.

He said he’s very touched by the booth donation this weekend and by all the support that continues to pour in.

Complete coverage: The search for Kyron Horman

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