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JUPITER (CBSMiami) – Friends and family of Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen, the two teen boaters that have been missing since July 24th, will be gathering for a boat parade on Monday night.

The group will be meeting at the Jupiter Sand Bar at 7 p.m. with the parade set to begin at 7:30 p.m.

Anyone is invited to attend and show support for the young boys and their families.

The parade will proceed underneath the railroad bride just past the Jupiter Sand Bar, under the US1 bride, past the Jupiter Lighthouse and through the inlet south towards the Juno Pier.

At that point the parade will turn around and proceed back to the starting point.

People joining are asked to decorate their boats with as many lights as possible.

People without boats can support the parade at the Jupiter Inlet with candles, glow sticks and lanterns.

The families of the missing boys are still raising money to keep the search alive.  The United States Coast Guard called off their search at sundown on Friday, July 31st.

So far the families of the missing boys have raised over $450,000 on the gofundme page that was set up, which can be found by clicking here.

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