COLUMBIA — Seventeen years ago, Sherryl Laws and her 14-year-old son, Scott, traveled to Romania for the first time. It was 1991 and the country’s economic outlook was bleak. Food was scarce and jobs were nonexistent. Communism had just fallen; life was chaotic.
Columbia woman helps build Romanian church in honor of son
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