Dozens gather along the Snake River for Rachel Anderson's vigil

CLARKSTON, WA - Four years ago this week Rachel Anderson went missing, but family and friends are making sure she's not being forgotten.

Dozens of people gathered along the Snake River in Clarkston Wednesday evening for the four year anniversary of Rachel's disappearance. At the vigil, loved ones shared their memories and placed a daisy women wreath into the river. They said it's time to let go of their mourning, and celebrate her life.

Anderson's estranged husband, Charles Capone is charged with first degree murder for her death, and is set to stand trial June 23rd.