Noah Zavadil, l. to r., Lauren McNamara, Yuliya Yukhimchuk, Judah Vivone, Marion Gary, and Kaylee Wiskus are some of the students in Anoka Middle School from the AMSA’s arts lab class who made 1,500 butterflies. Each butterfly represents 1,000 Jewish children, or 1.5 million, who died in the Holocaust. The butterflies will be on display in the school’s arts gallery during the run of the show “I Never Saw Another Butterfly.” Photo by Elyse Kaner

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