Kathryn Harris, admissions assistant at Life Care Center of Charleston, South Carolina, recently bicycled 110 miles to give her mother a chance for a brighter future.
Harris took part in the Bike MS Tour to Tanglewood on Sept. 17-18, 2016. The ride, which started and finished in Tanglewood Park, North Carolina, raised money for multiple sclerosis, from which Harris’ mother, LuAnna Harris, suffers.
It’s one thing to read about the recent shootings in the news. It’s quite another to see tragedy happen in your own backyard, to people you know.
The shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, on June 17, 2015, was viewed by many as a troubling sign of persistent racism. But it was more than that. For Tommie Pinckney, a physical therapist at Life Care Center of Charleston, it was personal.
Santa’s elves looked a lot like therapists this year.
Members of the rehab department at Life Care Center of Charleston, South Carolina, heard about a mother of six in the community whose home had just been foreclosed on. With the holidays approaching, they sprang into action to make sure the family still had a merry Christmas.