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    ADVANCED FOR RELEASE SATURDAY, MAY 3, 2014 Anthony Morales, 14, carries an art piece up for auction as potential buyers get a better view during the bidding Friday April 25, 2014 in New Plymouth, Idaho. The auction raises money for the Robert Manwill Scholarship Fund benefiting Manwill's lassmates when they graduate from high school in 2017. (AP Photo/The Idaho Statesman, Darin Oswald)


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    ADVANCED FOR RELEASE SATURDAY, MAY 3, 2014 Residents of New Plymouth and organizers of the Robert Manwill Scholarship Fund hold an auction to raise money to benefit Manwill's classmates when they graduate high school in 2017. (AP Photo/The Idaho Statesman, Darin Oswald)


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    ADVANCED FOR RELEASE SATURDAY, MAY 3, 2014 A large metal-sculpted garden gate, created by school children, sits on a trailer in front of the New Plymouth Veterans Hall where it was auctioned to benefit the Robert Manwill Scholarship Fund Friday April 25, 2014. A scholarship fund was created a year after child abuse victim Robert Manwill was found dead nearly five years ago in Boise. His classmates in New Plymouth will benefit from the fund when they graduate high school in 2017. Those same students and others in the community helped create a metal sculpture under the direction of artist Pattie Young and sold for $600 to Zions Bank Branch Manager Julia Harrison. Harrison said the gate will be donated to one of the New Plymouth School District schools. (AP Photo/Idaho Statesman, Darin Oswald)




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