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Photo Gallery: Children's Grief Awareness Day at Ross Elementary School

Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal - Ross Elementary School first-grader Gracyn Lipinski, 6, strings a blue butterfly. Students decorated the school with blue butterflies Thursday, Nov. 21, 2103 to observe Children's Grief Awareness Day. Hope the blue butterfly is the symbol of the day, which is the third Thursday in November every year. The day is designated to make people aware of the needs of grieving children and how they benefit from the support of others.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal</em></div>Ross Elementary School first-grader Gracyn Lipinski, 6, strings a blue butterfly. Students decorated  the school with blue butterflies Thursday, Nov. 21, 2103 to observe Children's Grief Awareness Day. Hope the blue butterfly is the symbol of the day, which is the third Thursday in November every year. The day is designated to make people aware of the needs of grieving children and how they benefit from the support of others.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal - Ross Elementary School second-graders Lindsey Clark, 7, (left) and Carson Jeune, 7, use crayons to make their blue butterflies unique. Students decorated the school with blue butterflies Thursday, Nov. 21, 2103, with blue butterflies to observe Children's Grief Awareness Day. Hope the blue butterfly is the symbol of the day, which is the third Thursday in November every year. The day is designated to make people aware of the needs of grieving children and how they benefit from the support of others.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal</em></div>Ross Elementary School second-graders Lindsey Clark, 7, (left) and Carson Jeune, 7, use crayons to make their blue butterflies unique. Students decorated  the school with blue butterflies Thursday, Nov. 21, 2103, with blue butterflies to observe Children's Grief Awareness Day. Hope the blue butterfly is the symbol of the day, which is the third Thursday in November every year. The day is designated to make people aware of the needs of grieving children and how they benefit from the support of others.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal - Ross Elementary School third-grader Madison Hamilton, 9, carries a string of blue butterflies to the school office Thursday, Nov. 21, 2103. Students decorated the school with blue butterflies to observe Children's Grief Awareness Day. Hope the blue butterfly is the symbol of the day, which is the third Thursday in November every year. The day is designated to make people aware of the needs of grieving children and how they benefit from the support of others.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal</em></div>Ross Elementary School third-grader Madison Hamilton, 9, carries a string of blue butterflies to the school office Thursday, Nov. 21, 2103. Students decorated the school with blue butterflies to observe Children's Grief Awareness Day. Hope the blue butterfly is the symbol of the day, which is the third Thursday in November every year. The day is designated to make people aware of the needs of grieving children and how they benefit from the support of others.
Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal - Ross Elementary School first-grader Dominic Horton, 6, strings a blue butterfly. Students decorated the school with blue butterflies Thursday, Nov. 21, 2103 to observe Children's Grief Awareness Day. Hope the blue butterfly is the symbol of the day, which is the third Thursday in November every year. The day is designated to make people aware of the needs of grieving children and how they benefit from the support of others.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal</em></div>Ross Elementary School first-grader Dominic Horton, 6, strings a blue butterfly. Students decorated  the school with blue butterflies Thursday, Nov. 21, 2103 to observe Children's Grief Awareness Day. Hope the blue butterfly is the symbol of the day, which is the third Thursday in November every year. The day is designated to make people aware of the needs of grieving children and how they benefit from the support of others.
Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

Ross Elementary School students decorated their school with blue butterflies Nov. 21 to observe Children's Grief Awareness Day.

Hope the blue butterfly is the symbol of the day, which is the third Thursday in November every year.

The day is designated to make people aware of the needs of grieving children and how they benefit from the support of others.

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