Scott O'Reilly, left, is all smiles after his wife Maggie Nyoro received her nursing pin during the first baccalaureate Nursing Pinning Ceremony on Wednesday at the University of South Carolina Beaufort's Performing Arts Center.
Scott O'Reilly, left, is all smiles after his wife Maggie Nyoro received her nursing pin during the first baccalaureate Nursing Pinning Ceremony on Wednesday at the University of South Carolina Beaufort's Performing Arts Center. BOB SOFALY/ The Beaufort Gazette
Scott O'Reilly, left, is all smiles after his wife Maggie Nyoro received her nursing pin during the first baccalaureate Nursing Pinning Ceremony on Wednesday at the University of South Carolina Beaufort's Performing Arts Center. BOB SOFALY/ The Beaufort Gazette

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