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Retired Ocean Springs theater teacher Sandra Camphor’s house was badly damaged by a storm in April, but friends and former students came together to fix it. On Saturday, Camphor got her first look at the house and all the improvements that were made. John Fitzhugh Sun Herald

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UPDATED September 17, 2016 08:27 PM

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