Keira Bison, 6, of Hilton Head Island, tries to lure a butterfly onto her finger with the help of her father, Scott Bison, during a butterfly release at Sunday's ceremony at The Children's Memorial Garden at Hilton Head Island Hospital.
Keira Bison, 6, of Hilton Head Island, tries to lure a butterfly onto her finger with the help of her father, Scott Bison, during a butterfly release at Sunday's ceremony at The Children's Memorial Garden at Hilton Head Island Hospital. Theophil Syslo
Keira Bison, 6, of Hilton Head Island, tries to lure a butterfly onto her finger with the help of her father, Scott Bison, during a butterfly release at Sunday's ceremony at The Children's Memorial Garden at Hilton Head Island Hospital. Theophil Syslo

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