Sisterhood SCO honors two

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Sisterhood SCO each year honors several women as Queen for a Day.

Sisterhood SCO, founded in 1966, is an organization focusing on mission and charity work. The women are chosen for their hard work and dedication to their jobs, communities and families.

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Honorees for 2019-20 are:

  • Carolyn G. Wigfall -- She joined Family Health Centers Inc. as director of community relations in November 2016. She is responsible for the marketing and directs media relations, branding, advertising, outreach and events.

Wigfall has more than 15 years of experience in public information, media relations, marketing and public relations.

  • Crystal W. Austin -- She is a professional school counselor at Bethune-Bowman Elementary/Middle/High School. She has pledged to fulfill her personal and professional commitment by continuing to be an advocate for today's youth by helping to bridge the communication gap between the community and schools.

Austin has more than 24 years of counseling experience, including five years as a children and adolescent counselor for the Orangeburg Area Mental Health Center in Holly Hill and St. Matthews, and 19 years as a professional school counselor.

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