Mary Kent Hearon - Loving South Carolina one heart at a time

By: Deena C. Bouknight

April 2016 - Profile

Weeks after the flood of the century—arguably a “1,000-year flood”—devastation stretched its soggy fingers across Columbia. Yet within a few days, yard signs reading I (heart knot symbol) SC, Tied Strong started popping up in front of the most ravished homes in what some called Ground Zero: the Burwell Lane, Rickenbaker Road, and Kilbourne Avenue [...]

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Feature Article

Camp Greystone — still standing strong for Christ

By: Deena C. Bouknight

April 2016 - Feature Article

Libby Miller, poised and articulate at 78 years old, spoke last spring at a women’s day conference at her home-away-from home, Camp Greystone. Founded by her grandfather, the late Dr. Joseph Sevier, the Christian summer camp for girls tucked snugly into the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains has been in existence since 1920. The camp [...]

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