Emily Melcher, 13, signs her name to the West Liberty Elementary School volunteer board Monday August 6, 2012, as Katelyn Melcher, 10, lower left, Baily Bird, 12, and Kaylee Collins, 12, wait their turn. The four Woodford County girl scouts delivered 4, 272 donated books to the school, which is temporarily housed in a former factory. The original school was destroyed in the March 2nd tornado. Photo by John Flavell
Emily Melcher, 13, signs her name to the West Liberty Elementary School volunteer board Monday August 6, 2012, as Katelyn Melcher, 10, lower left, Baily Bird, 12, and Kaylee Collins, 12, wait their turn. The four Woodford County girl scouts delivered 4, 272 donated books to the school, which is temporarily housed in a former factory. The original school was destroyed in the March 2nd tornado. Photo by John Flavell The Herald-Leader
Emily Melcher, 13, signs her name to the West Liberty Elementary School volunteer board Monday August 6, 2012, as Katelyn Melcher, 10, lower left, Baily Bird, 12, and Kaylee Collins, 12, wait their turn. The four Woodford County girl scouts delivered 4, 272 donated books to the school, which is temporarily housed in a former factory. The original school was destroyed in the March 2nd tornado. Photo by John Flavell The Herald-Leader

4 Woodford Girl Scouts collect 4,272 books for tornado-ravaged school

August 06, 2012 05:01 PM

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