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Their chance to fly: Monarch butterflies released at Arts Council event
by Melissa Gagliardi Poore
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29 July 2012
On 29 July 2012 Courier-Journal reported:
Hundreds of people enjoyed the annual Monarch Celebration put on by the Arts Council of Southern Indiana on Saturday. This year was the first year for the crowd to release butterflies. In all, 108 Monarchs were let go. The butterflies came from the Southern Indiana Botanical Society, which had already planned to release butterflies before deciding to merge their event with the Arts Council celebration on Market Street in New Albany. Mike Pattison, President of the botanical society, said the event went so well, they are already planning a repeat for next year, but with twice as many butterflies.
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