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“I thought this was something we needed down here so I got in touch with some friends and we restarted a nonprofit we’d had a few years earlier,” Greer explained.
The holidays invoke a natural sense of nostalgia which can be both encouraging and discouraging, depending on each person’s unique experience, and sometimes it can be a bit of both.
“There were two buildings, one for fifth grade through high school and another for first through fourth grade,” Webb recalled. “Our building [first through fourth grade] got out earlier and I had begun to walk home when it happened. I remember white paper floating in the air moments after the explosion. I didn’t hardly know what to do or what to think.”