In 1954, Aileen McGinty, standing, taught Hilton Head Island studets, from left: Gracie Hodges, Dianne Taylor, Bernadette Dixon, Avary and Frederick Hack in a one-room schoolhouse.
In 1954, Aileen McGinty, standing, taught Hilton Head Island studets, from left: Gracie Hodges, Dianne Taylor, Bernadette Dixon, Avary and Frederick Hack in a one-room schoolhouse. Submitted
In 1954, Aileen McGinty, standing, taught Hilton Head Island studets, from left: Gracie Hodges, Dianne Taylor, Bernadette Dixon, Avary and Frederick Hack in a one-room schoolhouse. Submitted

Aileen McGinty closes a chapter, but the book is still open

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