Light The Way Missing Persons Advocacy to make project for Oakley Carlson

Plans to acknowledge one-year anniversary of Oakley’s disapearance

With the discussion of Oakley Carlson, the missing 5-year-old girl from Oakville, consistently growing in and out of the Grays Harbor community, there will be another opportunity for people to advocate their support for Oakley.

Light The Way Missing Persons Advocacy Project is putting together a project to commemorate the one-year anniversary since Oakley was discovered missing. To acknowledge the amount of invested time searching and seeking answers for Oakley and what she has meant to many people within the community and beyond, Light The Way will be making a video to show support for Oakley and the Hiles family (Oakley’s foster parents).

Light The Way is asking for people who would feel comfortable recording a 30-second or less video answering the question, “What does it mean to you to be an Oakley’s Angel?” People are advised to email their videos to Light The Way at

All videos must be submitted by Wednesday, Nov. 23.