Snowflake Project for Sandy School Shooting : News Photo

Snowflake Project for Sandy School Shooting

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Michael Avery, 11, of Billerica, Massachusetts, left, delivers 26 handmade 3D snowflakes to the Connecticut Parent Teacher Student Association in Hamden, Connecticut, Friday, December 28, 2012. The PTSA is the collection center for the snowflake project to create a Winter Wonderland for the kids of Sandy Hook Elementary School. Beth Lubenow, a part-time worker a the office takes some of the snowflakes, so Michael can have his photo taken in front of the maps behind him, where push-pins are being placed from each state and country that sent items for the collection. Michael Baldarelli and Sabrina Fronte, center, worke on the maps, and Jake Blumenfeld, right, helped with sorting packages. (John Woike/Hartford Courant/MCT via Getty Images)
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Michael Avery, 11, of Billerica, Massachusetts, left, delivers 26 handmade 3D snowflakes to the Connecticut Parent Teacher Student Association in Hamden, Connecticut, Friday, December 28, 2012. The PTSA is the collection center for the snowflake project to create a Winter Wonderland for the kids of Sandy Hook Elementary School. Beth Lubenow, a part-time worker a the office takes some of the snowflakes, so Michael can have his photo taken in front of the maps behind him, where push-pins are being placed from each state and country that sent items for the collection. Michael Baldarelli and Sabrina Fronte, center, worke on the maps, and Jake Blumenfeld, right, helped with sorting packages. (John Woike/Hartford Courant/MCT via Getty Images)
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