Miss Ruby Forsythe was inducted into the Georgetown County Women's Hall of Fame in March 2015. Miss Ruby, was born in 1905 and died in 1992. She began teaching at the Pawleys Island school in 1938 and remained there until she retired in 1991. The school closed in 2000 after 97 years. Miss Ruby's Kids, a literacy program for children, bares her name. The Sun News file photo by Cecelia Konyn
Miss Ruby Forsythe was inducted into the Georgetown County Women's Hall of Fame in March 2015. Miss Ruby, was born in 1905 and died in 1992. She began teaching at the Pawleys Island school in 1938 and remained there until she retired in 1991. The school closed in 2000 after 97 years. Miss Ruby's Kids, a literacy program for children, bares her name. The Sun News file photo by Cecelia Konyn Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Miss Ruby Forsythe was inducted into the Georgetown County Women's Hall of Fame in March 2015. Miss Ruby, was born in 1905 and died in 1992. She began teaching at the Pawleys Island school in 1938 and remained there until she retired in 1991. The school closed in 2000 after 97 years. Miss Ruby's Kids, a literacy program for children, bares her name. The Sun News file photo by Cecelia Konyn Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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