CHARLESTON, SC- (WTAT-TV) – BROOKE SCHWIETERS– This season alone, 11 people have died while attempting to climb Mount Everest, yet one Charleston woman is still planning to take the risk. Cokie Berenyi’s decision to make the climb came after receiving the news that her friend was diagnosed with cancer. Berenyi asked herself, “What would my […]
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