Month: December 2016

Different Blood, Same Hearts

By Jessica A Todt Meet The Parents Who Adopted a Dozen Special Needs Children You might be a large adoptive family if you walk out in the front yard and can hear other parents in the neighborhood whisper to their children,...

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Susan DeVenny: A Woman With a Cause

By: Abigayle Morrison Susan DeVenny is a wife, a mother of four (one son and three daughters), and the president and chief executive officer of the J. Marion Sims Foundation, one of the largest foundations in South Carolina. The...

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Big Homie Mentorship Program

By: Carrington Murray Kavon Barger and Jamarcus Little never expected a simple idea to work with youth to grow into full-fledge mentorship. Now as the two sit and prepare for year two of the Big Homie Mentorship Program, they...

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The track to success

  By Madison Oswald On a foggy Friday morning in 1990, Sandi Moore graduated from the University of South Carolina-Aiken, becomingthe second in her family to do so. She was close behind her older sister, Sybil. Moore...

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Food in the Air

By Elizabeth McKinney The concept is very simple, and millennials, being self-proclaimed “foodies” love it. Food in the air, is the simple act of photographing mouthwatering food while holding it in the air to capture  a scenic...

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