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April 17, 2014

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Sales Are Steady For Tornado Book

Originally published: 2011-08-22 11:26:10
Last modified: 2011-08-22 11:33:54
 


The book detailing the experiences of Camp Creek Elementary School students, faculty and staff in the tornado that devastated sections of the nearby community April 27 is selling steadily, Camp Creek parent Jennifer Haire said.

The volume, titled "How Do We Get Our Hearts Back," is written by those who lived through the tornado and its immediate aftermath.

Jennifer Haire, a Camp Creek mom who volunteers at the elementary school, had the idea for the book and was assisted by staffers at the school and employees of Staples, where it was printed.

Haire said proceeds from the book will be administered by Camp Creek Ruritan to benefit the students at the school.

Private donors paid to have the book printed by Staples in Greeneville. It's in its first printing, and Haire said a second printing is anticipated when available copies sell out.

The books are $20 each and are available at Staples, 1505 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy.; Carolyn's Hallmark Shop, in the Greeneville Commons; the Christian Book & Gift Shop, 105 Village Drive; and Dixie's Bookstore, 2244 E. Andrew Johnson Hwy.

 
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