Cards of support for Jayme Closs pour in from across the country

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Barron County (WQOW) – Jayme Closs has now been home safe for a week now and support for the Barron teen continues to come in from around the country.

This week, the family picked up packages and letters sent to the teen who escaped her kidnapper on January 10.

“There is no doubt she’s going to feel so incredibly loved and supported by this,” said Jennifer Halvorson, a close friend of the Closs family.

Halvorson set up a P.O. Box for Jayme last Saturday. She only expected a few cards to come in, but instead they’ve received boxes and boxes of letters and packages from coast to coast.

They include letters, gift cards, and even a few with 3D printed blue butterflies. 

“Hope this little smile lets you know there are a lot of people on your side,” Halvorson said. “We are so very sorry for your loss and we are thinking of you and keeping you in our prayers. Stay strong, have a wonderful life.”

You can send letters to:
Light the Way Home for Jayme Closs
P.O. Box 539
Rice Lake, Wisconsin 54868

Stephen Kelley

Stephen Kelley

Stephen Kelley joined the News 18 team in August 2006. He is currently an Evening Anchor/Producer.

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