(CBS/WBZ/AP) STEWARTSTOWN, N.H. - Despite its sadness over the death of 11-year-old resident Celina Cass, a small town in northern New Hampshire will proceed with their annual summer fair.
The 35th annual Stewartstown Day is starting Friday. It's being held in a small town park that had been the scene of candlelight vigils during the week-long search for Celina.
An autopsy was conducted Tuesday on Celina's body but didn't determine a cause of death, Senior Assistant Attorney General Jane Young said.
According to CBS affiliate WBZ, Stewartstown residents had considered canceling it but they are now dedicating the event to her memory.
Celina's body was found near a hydroelectric dam that spans the Connecticut River between Stewartstown and Canaan, Vermont., Essex County State Attorney Vincent Illuzzi said. She had last been seen in her house on Monday, July 25, at her computer.