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‘Tis the season for health and happiness

I hope everyone is enjoying the holiday season! Christmas was fun visiting my grandmother and a host of cousins, aunts and uncles in Augusta, Georgia. Spending the holidays with family is what I value the most. Watching my younger cousins opening … Continue reading

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Weekend Recap: James Island Connector Run and Wheelchair Tennis

This past weekend was filled with several activities. The 18th Annual James Island Connector Run was a great success. The weather was nice and we had a great turnout of runners, walkers, cyclists and wheelchair riders. Sarah Casteel was the … Continue reading

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Going for gold and gearing up for the Paralympic Games

It has been amazing watching the Olympics from Rio the past two weeks! With Simone Biles and the women’s gymnastics team leading in many of their exercise routines to Tori Bowie and the women of the track and field events … Continue reading

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College of Charleston ranked No. 6 in most accessible colleges and universities

When you think of the College of Charleston, you may not view it as one of the most accessible colleges in the country. It’s set in the heart of downtown Charleston, SC, which is known for its historic charm of … Continue reading

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Lowcountry Giving Day and Midlands Gives

Cities and towns across the country are looking for your support today as part of Giving Day. Here is your chance to help your communities through making a donation. I’ve been involved with several Lowcountry and Midlands non-profit organizations in South Carolina. … Continue reading

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Are you off to a great START?

As we enter into the new year, many of us have made resolutions to become healthier, to save money and to become an all-around better person. How are those new goals working out? Have you given up already? It can … Continue reading

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Top 10 blog posts of 2015

As we look back on 2015, it was filled with moments of celebration to saddening situations. Our nation celebrated 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act. I also enjoyed traveling to Minneapolis, Minnesota with the MUSC Longevity After Injury Project … Continue reading

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