An adult who participates
at Hobcaw Plantation on the day of the event will be enjoying a Chincoteague
Island Get-a-Way for Two Adults in the Spring of 2013.
and Marshall Johnson were born at MUSC on March 25, 2012 at 26 weeks with
serious medical issues both weighing less than two pounds each.
Emmett has done fairly well, even though he, too, has dealt with many issues including being on a ventilator in the past, had breathing problems, and also pneumonia. He is having issues now with gastric refluxing and now thankful that he can now keep his nourishments down.. He is now home with equipment and monitors.
Marshall is another story, though. Even thought they are both miracle children, Marshall has been the most critical. He is still hanging on and as young as he is, is still facing many obstacles. He has had infections, pneumonia, other issues, problems breathing, and has been on a ventilator since birth until a week ago when he had a "trach" due to his windpipe collapsing. He has a long way to go and will probably remain at MUSC up to two more months.
Go to any GKCU Credit UnionLet the GKCU teller know that you want to make a deposit to the Johnson Twins Benefit, they will be glad to assist you or Make Check payable to: Johnson Twins Benefit and mail direct to:
G K C U
Attn: Johnson Twins Benefit
488 Nelson Blvd.
Kingstree, SC 29556