"Billie graciously let us move Hailey's Hope over into the yard wher [Hailey's] home is, and actually, it should be there beacuse that is Hailey's home," said volunteer searcher Terrye Newcomb.
Newcomb, along with her daughter, April Wehba, and her granddaughter, Mercedes Coronado drove all the way from Breckenridge to help.
"We've been coming ever since [Hailey went missing], and we just can't stop, we can't give up," Wehba said.
Which is why maintaining Hailey's Hope is so important, and has become something of a family affair for these women.
"Family sticks together, and family should be here," said Mercedes Coronado.
Although this was her first time visiting the memorial site, Coronado understands the importance of keeping hope as the search goes on.
"It's just so sad that this little girl's still missing," Coronado said, "She needs to be found. I just don't know what I would do if it were my kid."
If this family is sure of one thing, it's that they must continue to show their support.
"Is she able to make choices right now? I don't know," said Newcomb, "So I'm not gonna make choices. I'm gonna keep trudging along for Hailey."