After seeing a need in her community, twenty years ago a Midlands woman launched a Girl Scout troop. Ten years later, Sheila Brown launched a second troop, and to date, she still leads them both and has had an impact on more than 1,000 young women.
“I was looking at WIS TV one night when you all were doing a section on the Mungo Foundation and how they recognize someone in the community, and I said to myself George How fits that bill,” said Richie Eisenman, the board president at the non-profit Sharing God’s Love.
After changing his lifestyle and being cleared of diabetes, James Anderson has been affecting the lives of every person who walks into his fitness classes at the Drew Wellness Center for the last 5 years.
Over the last five years, our Community Builder series in partnership with Mungo Homes has put a spotlight on nearly 100 unsung heroes across the Midlands proving that age is just a number and that anyone can truly make a difference.
Veterans who visit the Dorn VA say there is an iconic voice that calls to remind them of their doctor’s appointments, and it belongs to a volunteer who has been making hundreds of calls daily for more than eight years.
A painful and tragic update coming out of Sumter. During a news conference Tuesday, police revealed that the remains of five-year-old Nevaeh Adams, who was missing for two months, were found late last week in the Richland Landfill in Elgin.