Henryville students receive last year's yearbook | News
HENRYVILLE, IN (WAVE) – Students at Henryville Junior-Senior High finally received a copy of last year's yearbook on Friday.
Advisors said students started working on the yearbook, titled This Is How We See It, last fall. When the tornado hit in March, the advisor snapped some pictures and the committee got to work.
"That was one thing they didn't want the book to be about the tornado. And for us, since we do cover the year chronologically, starting at the beginning of the year and we run the book in chronological order, we already had the entire first semester of the book done and submitted to the publishing company and we were working on second semester things. So it was really easy to make it about just that one section of the book," said Jolie Lindley, yearbook advisor.
An Indianapolis company made a huge donation which allowed every senior in the class of 2012 to get a copy of the yearbook for free.
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