From left, Carl Willis and Jannette Celestine watch as Sabrina Pinckney blows out a match after lighting a candle in memory of her mother, Anna Pinckney, a former Family Healthcare worker, June 9 during a reunion of Family Healthcare Workers at the Wesley United Methodist Church education building in Beaufort.
From left, Carl Willis and Jannette Celestine watch as Sabrina Pinckney blows out a match after lighting a candle in memory of her mother, Anna Pinckney, a former Family Healthcare worker, June 9 during a reunion of Family Healthcare Workers at the Wesley United Methodist Church education building in Beaufort. Sarah Welliver/Lowcountry Life
From left, Carl Willis and Jannette Celestine watch as Sabrina Pinckney blows out a match after lighting a candle in memory of her mother, Anna Pinckney, a former Family Healthcare worker, June 9 during a reunion of Family Healthcare Workers at the Wesley United Methodist Church education building in Beaufort. Sarah Welliver/Lowcountry Life

Family Healthcare Workers nursed Beaufort, Jasper counties back to health

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