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Working to Honor COVID-19 Victims – The Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald

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My dad, Ernest Wade Ayers, Jr., died of Covid-19 on January 14, 2021. As of 9:30 on August 14, 2021, 10,039 people in our state of South Carolina have died of Covid-19.

10,039. The number is growing. I am having a hard time spreading the word about what I am doing.

I will also display Faces of Covid pictures created by a wonderful young lady. Hannah, age 16, draws “faceless” faces of Covid victims. I was wondering if The News-Herald would give me some space to tell people in your area of North Carolina of what I’m trying to do and also list my contact information. Hopefully I’ll be able to do this for more families.

The tree displays small wooden hearts with the names of people who have passed from Covid-19, and where they were from. The tree display is at 5780 Allison Creek Road, York, SC, 29745 Working with Yellow Heart Memorial, I am in the process of co-heading a chapter in North/South Carolina. Our intentions are to try and bring awareness to how deadly this virus is and still stealing our loved ones away.

Jessica Ayers Any help you could provide, I would be grateful for.

jessayers@yahoo.com 803-526-1814 York, SC

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