Man Shares Lesson of Kindness from a Half-Century Ago…in Today’s Carolina Kindness
Audra reads a letter from a viewer about a lesson of kindness learned from the viewer's father in the 1950s.
We’ve partnered with the Maguire Law Firm to bring you Carolina Kindness each Wednesday.
This week’s Carolina Kindness stories include a letter from a viewer in North Myrtle Beach. Bud Cornell shares a lesson of kindness he learned from his father growing up in Cuba.
A little girl from South Carolina was flying home with her parents from overseas when she lost a tooth. And I mean REALLY lost it. It fell out on the plane, and they couldn’t find it. But then the pilot stepped up and wrote her a note.
A guy from Hawaii named Dustin Reynolds recently became the first double amputee to sail solo around the world. It took him seven years, off and on.
And congrats to the men and women who help keep us safe! The Horry County Fire Rescue were named as a fire safe community by the South Carolina Firefighters’ Association.
Help us spread kindness across the Carolinas. Share your stories, big or small with us. Email your random act of kindness to firstname.lastname@example.org.