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By Kathy Hanks
Hutchinson News 

Nature center in Kansas honors late 'butterfly lady'

 


HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — A teak wood bench sits on the edge of the butterfly garden at Dillon Nature Center where dill and parsley blend with milkweed, purple spiderwort and bee balm.

The garden was recently created in loving memory of the butterfly lady - Imogene Hall.

A big supporter of the nature center, Imogene died April 5, 2016.

The Hutchinson News (http://bit.ly/2qh37tn ) reported that for a number of years, she also put a lot of time and energy into raising butterflies from caterpillars. She began with the tiny speck of an egg found in her backyard on parsley leaves or dill plants....



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