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February 2022 Caring for Carolinas Community Service Hero

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WESTMINSTER, SC (WSPA) – “Well, hi, Jack Roper here in Westminster, South Carolina. Everyone has to be somewhere, why not here? We give our attention for the Carolina Community Service Hero Award to two nice people, husband and wife, AT and Judy Caywood,” said Jack Roper, host of Caring for the Carolinas.

“Judy and AT supported me. They supported local businesses. Whenever they saw a need, they started to act. They joined all the organizations, they started cleaning up downtown, they started putting up planters, whatever they saw would make the city better or be a better place, they started volunteering,” he said. said Westminster Mayor Brian Ramey.

“From the beginning, we wanted to be a relay in the community to help our seniors. But at the same time, we also wanted a place where they could come, feel comfortable, hang out, maybe they hadn’t seen each other in a long time,” said winner Judy Caywood.

“And there was no program for the elderly. And they have such love and care, and they just want people to not be alone or lonely, and so they wanted to start something, and they did,” said community member Karen Sharpe. .

“She had done a lot of hard work, and she is a go-getter. I just do what she tells me to do and we go with it,” said award winner AT Caywood.

“Yeah, I think everyone in town feels like family. We all love them,” Ramey said.

“You win our prize for the month of February. We thank our sponsors Ingles, Bath Fitter, Unclaimed Furniture and Hardee’s,” Roper said.