From left, Nancy Brink joins hands with her daughters, Katlyn, 18, and Candace, 16, as a prayer is said during an open house and ribbon cutting on Thursday for the family's new home on Lady's Island. The new home is the culmination of her years long climb out of poverty with the help of the Beaufort County housing program, the Technical College of the Lowcountry and the U.S. Department of Agriculture?s rural development program and her story highlights how these types of programs are helping low-income families in the Lowcountry.
From left, Nancy Brink joins hands with her daughters, Katlyn, 18, and Candace, 16, as a prayer is said during an open house and ribbon cutting on Thursday for the family's new home on Lady's Island. The new home is the culmination of her years long climb out of poverty with the help of the Beaufort County housing program, the Technical College of the Lowcountry and the U.S. Department of Agriculture?s rural development program and her story highlights how these types of programs are helping low-income families in the Lowcountry. Jay Karr
From left, Nancy Brink joins hands with her daughters, Katlyn, 18, and Candace, 16, as a prayer is said during an open house and ribbon cutting on Thursday for the family's new home on Lady's Island. The new home is the culmination of her years long climb out of poverty with the help of the Beaufort County housing program, the Technical College of the Lowcountry and the U.S. Department of Agriculture?s rural development program and her story highlights how these types of programs are helping low-income families in the Lowcountry. Jay Karr

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From the Brink: One Beaufort woman's rise from poverty to homeownership

July 27, 2014 6:06 PM

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