Butterfly release 06-06-13
Photos by John Ehlke
Olivia Beaudoin, 10, of West Bend smiles as she shows off a collection of butterflies that landed on her arm during the 2nd annual Butterfly Release at Cedar Community in West Bend on Thursday evening. The butterfly release signified eternal life.  Money raised will benefit the Cedar Hospice patients. Ann Kramer of Hubertus gets emotional as she shees her daughters name on the remembrance board during the 2nd annual Butterfly Release at Cedar Community in West Bend on Thursday evening. The butterfly release signified eternal life.  Money raised will benefit the Cedar Hospice patients. Melissa Stowels smiles as her daughter, Lauren, 6, writes a message for her grandmother, Susan Stowels, on the remembrance board during the 2nd annual Butterfly Release at Cedar Community in West Bend on Thursday evening. The butterfly release signified eternal life.  Money raised will benefit the Cedar Hospice patients. Caleb Folks of West Bend plays his song "Butterfly Release" during the 2nd annual Butterfly Release at Cedar Community in West Bend on Thursday evening. The butterfly release signified eternal life.  Money raised will benefit the Cedar Hospice patients. Maiya Lipski, 6, of Hartford looks over a butterfly that landed on some tall grass during the 2nd annual Butterfly Release at Cedar Community in West Bend on Thursday evening. The butterfly release signified eternal life.  Money raised will benefit the Cedar Hospice patients. Michele Gronski of West Bend blows her butterfly off the wrapper during the 2nd annual Butterfly Release at Cedar Community in West Bend on Thursday evening. The butterfly release signified eternal life. Gronski released a butterfly in remembrance of Patty Hugi's, left, mother, Charlotte LaVon McGrath.   Money raised will benefit the Cedar Hospice patients. <br/><br/> Gavin Berth, 6, of Germantown looks over a butterfly that landed on his finger during the 2nd annual Butterfly Release at Cedar Community in West Bend on Thursday evening. The butterfly release signified eternal life.  Money raised will benefit the Cedar Hospice patients.
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