Seven-year-old Joey “Peanut” Benton takes a moment in Congressman Spratt’s chair to share what laws he would pass if elected to politics.
Joey thanks Congressman Clyburn for all his hard work passing health care reform.
Joey holds a meeting with Congressman Spratt and thanks him for the difference he’s made in the lives of children. . . . → Read More: @PeanutPatrol Behind-the-Scenes with South Carolina Delegation
Joey was saddled with his nickname “Peanut” before he entered the world. At six weeks old, Joey was still at his birth weight, with a diagnosis of “failure to thrive.” Days later, Joey was transferred to the children’s hospital where he was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, a lung and digestive disease that afflicts approximately . . . → Read More: “Peanut” Goes to Washington DC for MUSC Children’s Hospital
MUSC Children’s Hospital opened and dedicated their new chapel in loving memory of Christina Joyce Akabidavis, a mother who lost her life in a tragic road accident on May 12, 2008 with one of her twin girls. The ceremony was attended by family and friends, members of the MUSC family and the Charleston, SC community . . . → Read More: MUSC Children’s Hospital Chapel Underway
Woody, Lexie, Lola and Chai are just a few of the therapy dogs that volunteer their time on a weekly basis visiting children in the MUSC Children’s Hospital. MUSC’s therapy dogs are required to have special training to work with children, but these therapy dogs take their holiday duties seriously. Dressed in costumes ranging from . . . → Read More: Harry Barker Donates to MUSC Children’s Therapy Dog Program