Nanka Caraway of Gulfport picked up cross stitching as a way to stay busy following the death of her husband, Bill. Caraway came to the United States from Bulgaria in 1999. They met in 2004 at a dance in Long Beach and married while evacuated in Vicksburg following Hurricane Katrina.
Nanka Caraway of Gulfport picked up cross stitching as a way to stay busy following the death of her husband, Bill. Caraway came to the United States from Bulgaria in 1999. They met in 2004 at a dance in Long Beach and married while evacuated in Vicksburg following Hurricane Katrina. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Nanka Caraway of Gulfport picked up cross stitching as a way to stay busy following the death of her husband, Bill. Caraway came to the United States from Bulgaria in 1999. They met in 2004 at a dance in Long Beach and married while evacuated in Vicksburg following Hurricane Katrina. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

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