Judy Teal, right, has a picnic with her mother, Betty Floyd, and grandchildren Bentlee Watts, 2, left, and Neely Watts Tuesday at Cherry Park in Rock Hill. Teal said she began smoking as a teenager because she didn’t know the dangers, but quit 36 years ago.
Judy Teal, right, has a picnic with her mother, Betty Floyd, and grandchildren Bentlee Watts, 2, left, and Neely Watts Tuesday at Cherry Park in Rock Hill. Teal said she began smoking as a teenager because she didn’t know the dangers, but quit 36 years ago. Tracy Kimball tkimball@heraldonline.com
Judy Teal, right, has a picnic with her mother, Betty Floyd, and grandchildren Bentlee Watts, 2, left, and Neely Watts Tuesday at Cherry Park in Rock Hill. Teal said she began smoking as a teenager because she didn’t know the dangers, but quit 36 years ago. Tracy Kimball tkimball@heraldonline.com

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