October. Channel 4's Kumasi Aaron spoke with neighbors...about the doe-eyed girl... taken far too soon. 3 3 0-10 48-52 1:17-1:23 1:32- 1:43THE NEIGHBORS FACE IS NOT ON CAM JUST HER HANDS SO USE PIX AND VIDEO TO COVER WHEN POSSIBLE NEIGHBOR/REMEMBERS CHERISH) 11:33:30-41 Beautiful. Long beautiful black hair she was gorgeous all three of them were gorgeous but cherish in particular was gorgeous creative she wanted to be an artist I know that. That's how Cherish Perrywinkle's neighbor remembers the vibrant 8 year old. And even a year after her ....take out tragic.. death, those special moments are as clear as ever. NEIGHBOR/REMEMBERS CHERISH 11:33:42-48 She used to come over here and play with my dogs all the time ask for Enoch to come outside I miss that.In the year since Perrywinkle died her mother Rayne Perrywinkle has moved out of the house she shared with Cherish and her two other other daughters who are now in foster care. The streets of this neighborhood empty on this anniversary, a far cry from how this neighbor looked last year, when police found Cherish's body.NEIGHBOR/REM EMBERS CHERISH 113412-21 Actually Rayne crying woke me up you could hear it literally down the street and I was just terrified to look out the door and I opened the door and everybody was outside crying 19 and hugging and yeah. Police arrested and charged 57 year old Donald Smith, who befriended the girls mother at a North side dollar store, and went with them to a Nearby Walmart to buy clothes. Investigators say he offered to take Cherish with him to get something to eat, and left with the girl. After searching for his van for hours officers found it on I-95, and shortly after found Cherish's body. KUMASI AARON/JACKSONVILLE 115900-07 And it's not just those who knew Cherish well who can't forget that day but also those who didn't even know her at all.TAKE NAT: 10:52:04-06 Just love your kids because we never know. That's what Myra Brown says she took away from the tragedy, one she says she still thinks about today.MYRA BROWN/JACKSONVILLE 10:51:19-29 I was thinking about my grand kids and kids you know it could have been one of my kids you know I was feeling for the mother you know what had happened to her and you know you have to put yourself in their shoes. A tragic day no one will forget, and a beautiful child who will always remembered. On the Northside, Kumasi Aaron, Channel 4, The Local Station.