Lessons on love, resilience

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Anna Stout signs copies of her book “El Salvador: Lessons on Love and Resilience” Saturday.


Anna Stout signs a copy of her new book, “El Salvador: Lessons on Love and Resilience,” this morning at Grand Valley Books, 350 Main St. All proceeds will benefit the Foundation for Cultural Exchange by helping fund development projects, emergency relief programs and the foundation’s scholarship program in El Espino, El Salvador.

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