Sarah Riner,of Dalton, Ga., preserves bricks from the Volunteer House in Joplin, Mo. Since the May 22 tornado, thousands of volunteers have come to Joplin to help, including many Joplin natives that have given up careers elsewhere to come home to help with the town's long recovery.
Sarah Riner,of Dalton, Ga., preserves bricks from the Volunteer House in Joplin, Mo. Since the May 22 tornado, thousands of volunteers have come to Joplin to help, including many Joplin natives that have given up careers elsewhere to come home to help with the town's long recovery.
Photo by Associated Press /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Monday, February 13th, 2012
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The twister that blasted an immense hole in Joplin, Mo., almost nine months ago also smashed the carefully crafted career plans of many young professionals. With much of their community in ruins, they abandoned secure corporate jobs to devote themselves to the town’s long recovery.

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