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Conservatory paves way for African butterfly exhibit

Swikar Patel | The Journal Gazette
Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation workers, from left, Mike Hickman, Bessie Newton, Mike Heckley and Dan Schindler install concrete pavers Wednesday at the Botanical Conservatory in preparation for “Butterflies with an African Beat.” The 11th annual live exhibit opens Saturday and runs through July 7.

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