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Sisters inspire donations to tornado victims

The Westbrook sisters from l-r: Maya, 8, Morgan, 6, and Mackenzie, 6, of Glenville, decided to donate all their birthday presents to the children affected by the tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. Their effort has grown to include a church, an S-G school and others. Glenville Rotary is now packing it all up to ship to someone the sisters' mother knows there...a teacher at one of the schools that was demolished.
The Westbrook sisters from l-r: Maya, 8, Morgan, 6, and Mackenzie, 6, of Glenville, decided to donate all their birthday presents to the children affected by the tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. Their effort has grown to include a church, an S-G school and others. Glenville Rotary is now packing it all up to ship to someone the sisters' mother knows there...a teacher at one of the schools that was demolished.
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If you ask a child to give up his or her possessions, confusion or a temper tantrum often follows. That’s why when Sam Westbrook’s three daughters offered to donate their birthday gifts to children in Moore, Okla., which was hit by a tornado in May, Westbrook didn’t hesitate to send out the party invitations. Maya, Mackenzie and Morgan Westbrook were planning a joint birthday party when they came across pictures of the tragic aftermath of ...


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