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AISD receives large book donation

Amarillo, TX - AISD students who may not be able to afford books will soon have something to read.

An AISD parent organized a music festival over the weekend in Amarillo, where instead of paying money to see the bands, people got in by donating children's books.

The event collected 3,000 books which will be distributed to students.
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