Everyday Hero – Mackie Black

Mount Kiliminjaro is the highest mountain in Africa. It is also the highest free standing mountain in the world. But big mountains don’t sca…

Everyday Hero – Merv Horner

Since 1985 East Cooper Meals on Meals delivered food to people who are homebound or are unable to provide their own meals.

Everyday Hero – Dr. Del Shutte

Tonight’s Everyday Hero is the nephew of an American Hero. The American Hero is Private Desmond Doss awarded the Congressional Medal Of Hono…

Everyday Hero: Gordon Cashwell

Helping tear down walls of poverty, addiction, homelessness, a decade of work, Ministry Without Walls offers help to build solid foundations…

Everyday Hero: Dr. Kevin McRedmond

  To the families Dr. Kevin McRedmond has helped, he’s more than a hero. He is the difference between coping with the unthinkable, and havin…

Everyday Hero: Al “Hollywood” Meggett

Life can be filled with knock-outs, low blows that could put you on the ropes, but local boxing legend Al “Hollywood” Meggett knows how to s…

Everyday Hero: Mackie Black

Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa. It is also the highest free-standing mountain in the world.

Everyday Hero: Pastor Abraham Belanger

The mission to feed families in need extends beyond the holidays for Pastor Abraham Belanger. For him, it’s a daily calling to help others. …

Everyday Hero: David Beasley

He’s dedicated his life to giving back. If there is an opportunity to help, David Beasley is there.Whether he’s rolling up his sleeve to don…

Everyday Hero: Theresa Prioleau

There are heroes in our classrooms everyday, and Theresa Prioleau is one of them. Despite her challenges, she is a dedicated community champ…

Everyday Hero: Theresa Prioleau

There are heroes in our classrooms everyday, Theresa Prioleau in Berkeley county is one of them. Despite her challengers, she remains a dedi…

Everyday Heroes: Janet Masonberg

For  more than 15 years, Janet Masonberg has been volunteering at MUSC. When her career as a teacher ended, she headed straight for the hosp…