Bluffton's Lillian Long, 7, is shown here in her room April 18 with her dolphin-themed donation box. During her birthday party earlier in the month she asked friends to donate to The Dolphin Project rather than buy her gifts.
Bluffton's Lillian Long, 7, is shown here in her room April 18 with her dolphin-themed donation box. During her birthday party earlier in the month she asked friends to donate to The Dolphin Project rather than buy her gifts. Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet
Bluffton's Lillian Long, 7, is shown here in her room April 18 with her dolphin-themed donation box. During her birthday party earlier in the month she asked friends to donate to The Dolphin Project rather than buy her gifts. Sarah Welliver/The Island Packet

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