NIAGARA FALLS, NY--- Tonight marks a sad and tragic anniversary for the family of a little Cheektowaga girl.
It was one year ago that the body of five-year-old Isabella Tennant was found in a trash can in Niagara falls.
The kindergartner was killed by a teenager who was a friend of her great grandmother.
A candlelight vigil will be held tonight in her memory by those whose lives she touched in her short time on this earth.
"We will be lighting candles in Isabella's memory, and also saying prayers and just reflecting on Bella's life because she influenced a lot of people here in the city," says Gina Streck, Vigil Organizer.
The vigil will take place at 7pm at Duck Island in Niagara Falls.