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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Allen Bottorff
Tornadoes battered their school and homes, and spring break was spent cleaning up. Henryville has only begun to rebuild, but for one night, its high school students will get to put aside their worries for a private show by one of country music's biggest acts.
The Grammy Award-winning country music trio Lady Antebellum performed a "mini-prom" for students of a southern Indiana town that was devastated by a tornado in early March.
"It's going to be quite a bit of a reunion for a lot of people who have been scattered about," Bottorff said.