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  • Kids, parents enjoy 'beautiful' butterfly release, kick off Rock Hill Come-See-Me

    Nearly 50 people enjoyed a butterfly release held Wednesday by the Women's Club of Rock Hill. The 7th annual event memorializes victims of domestic abuse and child abuse. The event is one of the first to help kick off Rock Hill's popular Come-See-Me festival.

Nearly 50 people enjoyed a butterfly release held Wednesday by the Women's Club of Rock Hill. The 7th annual event memorializes victims of domestic abuse and child abuse. The event is one of the first to help kick off Rock Hill's popular Come-See-Me festival. David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com
Nearly 50 people enjoyed a butterfly release held Wednesday by the Women's Club of Rock Hill. The 7th annual event memorializes victims of domestic abuse and child abuse. The event is one of the first to help kick off Rock Hill's popular Come-See-Me festival. David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com

Butterflies released in Rock Hill to honor victims of domestic, child abuse

April 20, 2017 5:41 PM