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Anthony Cloud|Daily NewsBookland in the Middlesboro Mall selected Appalachian Children's Home in Barbourville for this year's annual Holiday Book/Toy held Nov. 15 through Wednesday. The store collected 600 books totaling nearly $5,000. Pictured are, from right, Michael Pendleton, Kelly Stevenson, Mark Hobbs with the Appalachian Children's Home, Jordan Shackelford, Bookland General Manager Annette Cobb, Natasha Taylor and Bookland Co-Manager Thom Mackie.
Anthony Cloud|Daily NewsBookland in the Middlesboro Mall selected Appalachian Children's Home in Barbourville for this year's annual Holiday Book/Toy held Nov. 15 through Wednesday. The store collected 600 books totaling nearly $5,000. Pictured are, from right, Michael Pendleton, Kelly Stevenson, Mark Hobbs with the Appalachian Children's Home, Jordan Shackelford, Bookland General Manager Annette Cobb, Natasha Taylor and Bookland Co-Manager Thom Mackie.
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Anthony Cloud|Daily News


Bookland in the Middlesboro Mall selected Appalachian Children’s Home in Barbourville for this year’s annual Holiday Book/Toy held Nov. 15 through Wednesday. The store collected 600 books totaling nearly $5,000. Pictured are, from right, Michael Pendleton, Kelly Stevenson, Mark Hobbs with the Appalachian Children’s Home, Jordan Shackelford, Bookland General Manager Annette Cobb, Natasha Taylor and Bookland Co-Manager Thom Mackie.


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