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Home Fort Campbell Soldiers, Families and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital employees release butterflies Wednesday, Oct. 24th, 2012 following the 6th Annual Walk to Remember honoring parents who have experienced infant loss. Each butterfly released symbolized children who are no longer with us, but are still in our memories. More than 80 community members participated in the walk, butterfly release and remembrance ceremony. Fort Campbell Soldiers, Families and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital employees release butterflies Wednesday, Oct. 24th, 2012 following the 6th Annual Walk to Remember honoring parents who have experienced infant loss. Each butterfly released symbolized children who are no longer with us, but are still in our memories. More than 80 community members participated in the walk, butterfly release and remembrance ceremony.

Fort Campbell Soldiers, Families and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital employees release butterflies Wednesday, Oct. 24th, 2012 following the 6th Annual Walk to Remember honoring parents who have experienced infant loss. Each butterfly released symbolized children who are no longer with us, but are still in our memories. More than 80 community members participated in the walk, butterfly release and remembrance ceremony.

Fort Campbell Soldiers, Families and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital employees release butterflies Wednesday, Oct. 24th, 2012 following the 6th Annual Walk to Remember honoring parents who have experienced infant loss. Each butterfly released symbolized children who are no longer with us, but are still in our memories. More than 80 community members participated in the walk, butterfly release and remembrance ceremony.

Fort Campbell Soldiers, Families and Blanchfield Army Community Hospital employees release butterflies Wednesday, Oct. 24th, 2012 following the 6th Annual Walk to Remember honoring parents who have experienced infant loss. Each butterfly released symbolized children who are no longer with us, but are still in our memories. More than 80 community members participated in the walk, butterfly release and remembrance ceremony.