Mourners, including family members Cedric LeMar, of Phoenix, Ariz., and Ora Galloway, of Detroit, Mich., pause to look at a portrait of Ida Martin, painted by Bluffton resident Michael B. McClendon, as they enter Campbell Chapel AME Church for the funeral for the Bluffton Self Help founder on Thursday.
Mourners, including family members Cedric LeMar, of Phoenix, Ariz., and Ora Galloway, of Detroit, Mich., pause to look at a portrait of Ida Martin, painted by Bluffton resident Michael B. McClendon, as they enter Campbell Chapel AME Church for the funeral for the Bluffton Self Help founder on Thursday. Jay Karr
Mourners, including family members Cedric LeMar, of Phoenix, Ariz., and Ora Galloway, of Detroit, Mich., pause to look at a portrait of Ida Martin, painted by Bluffton resident Michael B. McClendon, as they enter Campbell Chapel AME Church for the funeral for the Bluffton Self Help founder on Thursday. Jay Karr

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