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March 24, 2014
The Review
Haley Buzzard helps her children (from left) Nevaeh Nation, 6, and Jonathan Nation, 5, both of East Liverpool, pick out some books Saturday during the East Liverpool High School Job Training Program’s “Read It Forward” book fair at the ELHS Alumni Association Clock Tower. Children in preschool through eighth grade, in addition to receiving a free book, were encouraged to share it with someone else once they are done. Students in the Job Training Program raised money and bought $2,100 in books to give away, said Pam Gerace, ELHS job training coordinator. (Photo by Stephen Huba)


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