Butterfly garden gives mother memorie...

Butterfly garden gives mother memories, healing -

Life within the display gardens, the butterflies and visiting birds at Greene County Parks & Trails' James Ranch Park bring comfort and peace to Sharon Manley of Beavercreek. Her son, Ryan, 26, spent his last day alive three years ago helping her garden in the butterfly garden that she and good friend, Susie Lentz, maintain as volunteers.

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