Kay Stafford, owner of Webb Rawls Gallery, helps Bilal Abdullah, a Columbia firefighter, with his order on Nov. 11. Stafford lost her retail space on the corner of Trenholm Road and Forest Drive to the flood. She has re-opened in what was once her warehouse off Two Notch Road.
Kay Stafford, owner of Webb Rawls Gallery, helps Bilal Abdullah, a Columbia firefighter, with his order on Nov. 11. Stafford lost her retail space on the corner of Trenholm Road and Forest Drive to the flood. She has re-opened in what was once her warehouse off Two Notch Road. Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com
Kay Stafford, owner of Webb Rawls Gallery, helps Bilal Abdullah, a Columbia firefighter, with his order on Nov. 11. Stafford lost her retail space on the corner of Trenholm Road and Forest Drive to the flood. She has re-opened in what was once her warehouse off Two Notch Road. Gerry Melendez gmelendez@thestate.com

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