The dedication of the Jessica Ridgeway Memorial Park. : News Photo

The dedication of the Jessica Ridgeway Memorial Park.

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WESTMINSTER, CO - Oct. 5: From left to right during the ribbon cutting ceremony, Jessica's aunt, Rebecca Ridgeway, Jessica's mother Sarah Ridgeway, Jessica's grandmother Christine Ridgeway, Westminster Mayor Nancy McNally and Westminster Police Chief Lee Birk. A year to the day since Jessica Ridgeway went missing, a dedication ceremony takes place in her memory at the Jessica Ridgeway Memorial Park. Austin Sigg plead guilty to the kidnapping and murder of Jessica on Tuesday. Jessica's family and hundreds of others gather at the newly renovated park (much of the playground equipment made in Jessica's favorite color purple) that came together through the dedication of volunteers throughout the community. (Photo By Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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WESTMINSTER, CO - Oct. 5: From left to right during the ribbon cutting ceremony, Jessica's aunt, Rebecca Ridgeway, Jessica's mother Sarah Ridgeway, Jessica's grandmother Christine Ridgeway, Westminster Mayor Nancy McNally and Westminster Police Chief Lee Birk. A year to the day since Jessica Ridgeway went missing, a dedication ceremony takes place in her memory at the Jessica Ridgeway Memorial Park. Austin Sigg plead guilty to the kidnapping and murder of Jessica on Tuesday. Jessica's family and hundreds of others gather at the newly renovated park (much of the playground equipment made in Jessica's favorite color purple) that came together through the dedication of volunteers throughout the community. (Photo By Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
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From left to right during the ribbon cutting ceremony Jessica's aunt... News Photo 183179127Adult,Aunt,Ceremony,Co,Females,Grandmother,Horizontal,Human Interest,Mother,Police Chief,Ribbon Cutting,Right,USA,Westminster,WomenPhotographer Collection: Denver Post Copyright - 2013 The Denver Post, MediaNews Group.WESTMINSTER, CO - Oct. 5: From left to right during the ribbon cutting ceremony, Jessica's aunt, Rebecca Ridgeway, Jessica's mother Sarah Ridgeway, Jessica's grandmother Christine Ridgeway, Westminster Mayor Nancy McNally and Westminster Police Chief Lee Birk. A year to the day since Jessica Ridgeway went missing, a dedication ceremony takes place in her memory at the Jessica Ridgeway Memorial Park. Austin Sigg plead guilty to the kidnapping and murder of Jessica on Tuesday. Jessica's family and hundreds of others gather at the newly renovated park (much of the playground equipment made in Jessica's favorite color purple) that came together through the dedication of volunteers throughout the community. (Photo By Kathryn Scott Osler/The Denver Post via Getty Images)