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The Magic M&Ms, pictured from left, are Grace Tinsley, Marissa Owens, Jamie Preator, Mariah Flohr and Ayla Pavelka. Pictured below are puzzle-piece necklaces the group made as part of their project. They made $400 selling them at RMS and at a craft fair in Rosemount. For video of the team's skit, go to

Pieces in the autism puzzle

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If the members of Rosemount Middle School's Magic M&Ms can't be the cure for autism, they at least hope to be a piece of the puzzle.


The Magic M&Ms, it's worth noting, are not mystical candy. They're a Destination ImagiNation team: five bright, energetic sixth graders who have taken on the challenge of raising money for and awareness of the fight against a condition few understand completely.

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