Bluffton mom Christy Long, center, is shown with her children, from left, Wilder, 11, Lillian, 8, and Isabel, 11, outside their home in Island West in Bluffton.
Bluffton mom Christy Long, center, is shown with her children, from left, Wilder, 11, Lillian, 8, and Isabel, 11, outside their home in Island West in Bluffton. Sarah Welliver/Staff photo
Bluffton mom Christy Long, center, is shown with her children, from left, Wilder, 11, Lillian, 8, and Isabel, 11, outside their home in Island West in Bluffton. Sarah Welliver/Staff photo

What's Her Secret? Bluffton mom connects people in the community

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