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The 3rd Annual Wings of Hope . . . A Butterfly Release to benefit the Cancer Support Community Delaware is scheduled for Sat, Sept 14. (Rain date is Sun, Sept 15).  Seeded butterfly cutouts have been purchased since mid August to honor those who have been touched by cancer.  The event will be held at the Medical Arts Building on Route 24 in Rehoboth Beach.  Admission is free and all ages are welcome.  The event includes activities, entertainment, vendors and refreshments.  Seeded butterfly cutouts ($10) will be available for purchase as well as the opportunity to release your own live butterfly ($30 in advance, $40 at the event, quantities are very limited). The event culminates in a butterfly garden created by Sposato Landscape with the release of 250 live Monarch butterflies.


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