Press Release from the City of River Falls:
The following statement, provided by the family to the City, may be attributed directly to Jessica Schaffhausen:
"Our family deeply appreciates the outpouring of support and love shown to honor the girls' memory. We understand the community's desire to help and assist. At this time, the family has two approved avenues to offer your support. There is a memorial fund at First National Bank of River Falls and the River Falls Wildcat Soccer team will be selling bracelets. At this time, the family DOES NOT endorse any other sales of T-Shirts, memorabilia or websites.
When the time is right, the family will use the generosity and support to honor and memorialize the girls in the best way possible. Again, we thank you for your support, however we ask for privacy and respect at this time. Thank You."
Although the family is in the process of identifying an official spokesperson to speak on its behalf, they have not done so at this time. The family indicates that additional comments or statements will not be provided at this time.
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