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Wednesday, 23 March 2011 19:32

Students fold paper cranes to support Japan earthquake relief

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Western Carolina University students are folding and selling paper cranes for $1 to support an earthquake relief fund at a table in the first-floor lobby of McKee Building. Visitors to the table can give $1 to write a message that will be sent to the Miyagi prefectural government, where some of the worst damage has been observed. The group has raised about $700 toward its $1,000 goal. 828.227.3905.

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