Harding first-graders make prayer flags for Mount Everest base camp

From The Tennessean – Seven-year-old Megan Murphy described her creation quite simply.

“Well, it had a giraffe and an ocean and some grass. It was pretty. It was a blue flag. It had some peace signs and hearts,” she said. “And that’s about it.”

But the flag she designed and made in her first-grade Harding Academy class last spring must be pretty special, as it, along with her classmates’ creations, is hanging at 17,040 feet in a base camp of Mount Everest.

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