The search for 43 year old Stephanie Warner continues.
She was last seen on the 4th of July.
Now, the Jackson County Sheriff's office is going to the community for help.
NBC-5's Roma Villavicencio went to a meeting today where officials handed out flyers and joins us live, Roma?
Kyle, Jackson County Sheriff's officials and friends met up at the Jackson County Fuel Committee in Ashland.
They're trying to use a new strategy to get an answer to her disappearance.
These flyers are the latest hope in trying to find Ruch woman Stephanie Warner
"I just want an answer, where is she?"
Warner was last seen walking in 4th of July Ashland parade.
"It just seems odd shes been gone way too long."
Saturday friends and officials from the Jackson County Sheriff's office met at the Jackson County Fuel Committee in Ashland to hand out the flyers.
"We're hoping that by handing out these flyers someone might know something."
Although Warner's family from Louisiana could not be here today, they, along with friends, organized today's meeting at the wood yard where Warner often volunteered.
"I'm going to hand these flyers out wherever I have to."
Friends want an answer and so do Detectives Eric Henderson and Julie Denney.
They continued to pass out flyers in Jacksonville.
"In the last month it has been a great group effort circumstances are suspicious and we just need someone to come forward."
Friends and loved ones say they will not stop searching for the woman who made their lives brighter.
The Jackson County Sheriff's office is asking anyone who knows anything to come forward. They say even if it's a rumor -- they want to know about it.
In the studio, Roma Villavicencio, NBC-5 News.