Chuck Duke, right, watches as his wife Connie  Duke, center, director of Beaufort Memorial's Keyserling Cancer Center, is  congratulated by occupational therapist Chris Nietert after Connie and  her husband were both presented the "Spirit of Giving" award in honor of  their philanthropy and volunteerism. The Beaufort Memorial Foundation presented the award at its annual meeting Tuesday evening at Beaufort Memorial  Hospital.
Chuck Duke, right, watches as his wife Connie Duke, center, director of Beaufort Memorial's Keyserling Cancer Center, is congratulated by occupational therapist Chris Nietert after Connie and her husband were both presented the "Spirit of Giving" award in honor of their philanthropy and volunteerism. The Beaufort Memorial Foundation presented the award at its annual meeting Tuesday evening at Beaufort Memorial Hospital. Sarah Welliver
Chuck Duke, right, watches as his wife Connie Duke, center, director of Beaufort Memorial's Keyserling Cancer Center, is congratulated by occupational therapist Chris Nietert after Connie and her husband were both presented the "Spirit of Giving" award in honor of their philanthropy and volunteerism. The Beaufort Memorial Foundation presented the award at its annual meeting Tuesday evening at Beaufort Memorial Hospital. Sarah Welliver

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