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Making a Difference (Joplin Seniors) #1021298

NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 23, 2012
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Joplin, Missouri: Chelsea Clinton) The recovery for the senior class of Joplin High School a year after the tornado in Missouri featured; scenes shown from the temporary campuses and the devastated town; details given about the fundraising drive started by teacher Amber Travis†† for prom supplies and the cupcakes provided by resident Liz Easton. [Student Holly O’DELL‡- talks about her grandmother, who was killed in the tornado.] [TRAVIS – says this is the happy moment they should look forward to.] [EASTON – says the more you help others the faster you heal.] [Student Cecil CORNISH†- points out the sites of his house and the high school.] [Student Katie SIMPSON – says we feel much older.]

(Studio: Brian Williams, Chelsea Clinton) The emotion in the town discussed.

Williams, Brian;
Clinton, Chelsea;
Chelsea, Brian Williams,

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