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Haiku raises awareness for Daffodil Days

11:08 AM, Feb. 27, 2013
St. Peter Middle School students received awards for their haiku submissions. Pictured are Rebecca Formella, from left, Connor Molski, Julia Neufeld, Aaron Bruckbauer, Julia Tutton and Grace Sturtz. Brook Nagorski is not pictured.
St. Peter Middle School students received awards for their haiku submissions. Pictured are Rebecca Formella, from left, Connor Molski, Julia Neufeld, Aaron Bruckbauer, Julia Tutton and Grace Sturtz. Brook Nagorski is not pictured.
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Daffodil Days teamed up this year with the Fox Theater Haiku project to bring poems of encouragement to cancer patients along with their families and friends.

Stevens Point area elementary school teachers were asked to have their students write haiku poetry as a way of expressing encouragement to children who are fighting the battle against cancer.

Why the Fox Theater? The Sanders family has, during the years, offered the theater marquee to promote worthwhile projects in central Wisconsin. ...

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